What's Up, Doc?

Moore, W. John
October 1999
National Journal;10/30/99, Vol. 31 Issue 44, p3158
Comments on a bill on managed care plans in the United States. Evidence of the role of the American Medical Association in getting the law approved; Advantages of the bill for patients; Complaints of doctors on managed care; How the `American Medical News' magazine described the passage of the bill.


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