Managed Care
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Appelbaum PS. Managed care and the next generation of mental health law. New Directions Ment Health Serv. 1996:65–69.
Barratt K. Reviewing gag clauses in managed care contracts. Wisc Med J. 1996;95:249–250.
Beinecke R, Pfeifer R, Pfeiffer D, Soussou N. The evaluation of fee for service and managed care from the viewpoint of people with disabilities in the USA. Disabil Rehabil. 1997;19:513–522.
Bettman JW, Demorest BH, Craven ER. Risk management issues in the new managed care environment. Survey Ophthalmol. 1996;41:268–270.
Bitterman RA. Managed care authorization for emergency department services: a medical risk to patients, a legal risk for doctors and hospitals. NC Med J. 1997;58:260–263.
Boyd JW. The human toll of managed care. Pharos. 1997;60:32–34.
Brody BA. Ethical issues raised by managed care. Tex Med. 1997;93:43–45.
Brody H, Bonham VL Jr. Gag rules and trade secrets in managed care contracts: ethical and legal concerns. Arch Int Med. 1997;157:2037–2043.
Churchill LR. “Damaged humanity”: the call for a patient-centered medical ethic in the managed care era. Theor Med. 1997;18:113–126.
Cohen RJ. Managed care and the physician–patient relationship: implications for peer review. Md Med J. 1997;46:91– 93.
D’Ambrosia R. Managed care company’s contract intolerable for physicians and patients. Orthopedics. 1998;21:20.
Danis M, Churchill L. The ethics of providing intensive care in managed care organizations. New Horizons. 1997;5:85– 93.
De Ville K. Scapegoats for the organization? Physicians, managed care, and medical malpractice. NC Med J. 1997;58:340–344.
Ellis MS. Liability issues in managed care. J La State Med Soc. 1997;149:151–158.
Fiesta J. Understanding managed care law: key issues for nurse executives. Aspens Adv Nurse Exec. 1996;11:1–3.
Hall MA, Berenson RA. Ethical practice in managed care: a dose of realism. Ann Int Med. 1998;128:395–402.
Hall RC. Ethical and legal implications of managed care. Gen Hosp Psychiatry. 1997;19:200–208.
Halleland KJ, Galinson TL. Trends in managed care liability. Minn Med. 1998;81:49–50.
Hickson GB. Pediatric practice and liability risk in a managed care environment. Pediatr Ann. 1997;26:179–185.
Holleman WL, Holleman MC, Moy JG. Are ethics and managed care strange bedfellows or a marriage made in heaven? Lancet. 1997;349:350–351.
Ignagni K. Covering a breaking revolution: the media and managed care. Health Affairs. 1998;17:26–34.
Infante MC. The legal risks of managed care. RN. 1996;59:57– 59.
Kolodinsky J. Gender differences in satisfaction with primary care physicians in a managed care health plan. Women Health. 1997;26:67–86.
Lansing AE, Lyons JS, Martens LC, O’Mahoney MT, Miller SI, Obolsky A. The treatment of dangerous patients in managed care: psychiatric hospital utilization and outcome. Gen Hosp Psychiatry. 1997;19:112–118.
Larkin GL, Adams JG, Derse AR, Iserson KV, Gotthold WE. Managed care ethics: an emergency? Ann Emerg Med. 1996;28:683–689.
Mang HJ Jr. Malpractice liability and managed care—a Hobson’s choice? J La State Med Soc. 1996;148:341–343.
Maurer WJ. Organized medicine and managed care—a proposal for a new and better relationship. Wis Med J. 1997;96:20–22.
Miller TE. Managed care regulation: in the laboratory of the states. JAMA. 1997;278:1102–1109.
Moskowitz EH. Clinical responsibility and legal liability in managed care. J Am Geriatr Soc. 1998;46:373–377.
Murphy RN. Legal and practical impact of clinical practice guidelines on nursing and medical practice. Nurse Pract. 1997;22:138, 147–148.
Platt JB. Gatekeeper liability and managed care. Minn Med. 1996;79:25–27.
Plumeri PA. Managed care and risk management. Gastroenterol Clin North Am. 1997;26:895–910.
Retchin SM, Brown RS, Yeh SC, Chu D, Moreno L. Outcomes of stroke patients in Medicare fee for service and managed care. JAMA. 1997;278:119–124.
Rinn CC. ERISA and managed care: the impact of travelers. Health Lawyer. 1996;8:19.
Rodwin MA. Conflicts of interest and accountability in managed care: the aging of medical ethics. J Am Geriatr Soc. 1998;46:338–341.
Rosen L. Managed care and you, part II: managed care liability marketing claims. Todays Surg Nurse. 1997;19:43–44.
Rosen L. Managed care and you, part III: managed care liability—gatekeeper and cost-containment issues. Todays Surg Nurse. 1997;19:50–51.
Roth RL. Recent developments concerning the effect of ERISA preemption on tort claims against employers, insurers, health plan administrators, managed care entities, and utilization review agents. Health Lawyer. 1996;8:3.
Simon RI. Psychiatrists’ duties in discharging sicker and potentially violent inpatients in the managed care era. Psychiat Serv. 1998;49:62–67.
Snyder L, Tooker J. Obligations and opportunities: the role of clinical societies in the ethics of managed care. J Am Geriatr Soc. 1998;46:378–380.
Stein HF. Euphemism in the language of managed care. J Okla State Med Assoc. 1997;90:243–247.
Stiffman MN, LeFevre ML. Are resident physicians serving as primary care providers for managed care patients? Fam Med. 1997;29:94–98.
Stoudemire A. Psychiatry in medical practice: implications for the education of primary care physicians in the era of managed care: part 2. Psychosomatics. 1997;38:1–9.
Tenery RM Jr. Patients need protection under managed care. Tex Med. 1998;94:44.
Thurber CF. Commentary: quality and managed care: where is the fit? Am J Med Qual. 1997;12:177–182.
Wachler AB, Avery PA. Physician incentive plan regulations: implications for managed care organizations and providers. Health Lawyer. 1996;8:1–5.
Weber RD. Managed care tort liability. Mich Med. 1997;96:8, 52.