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Managed Competition Theory as a Basis for Health Care Reform

By Catherine T. Dunlay and Peter A. Pavarini

Abstract

[T]his article will seek to explain the fundamental principles of managed competition and the basic features of reform based on managed competition. It will also examine some of the criticisms of managed competition and the practical and legal impediments that will be faced in seeking to reform the health care industry based upon managed competition theory

Topics: health care reform, HMO, health maintenance organization, preferred provider organization, Health Law and Policy, Law
Publisher: IdeaExchange@UAkron
Year: 2015
OAI identifier: oai:ideaexchange.uakron.edu:akronlawreview-1535

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