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1. Reexamining the Evidence of an Ecological Association between Income Inequality and Health—Jennifer M. Mellor and Jeffrey Milyo
2. The Impact of HMOs on Hospital-Based Uncompensated Care—Kenneth E. Thorpe, Eric E. Seiber, and Curtis S. Florence
3. HCFA and the States: Politics and Intergovernmental Leverage—William T. Gormley, Jr. and Cristina Boccuti
4. Health Insurance Expansion through States in a Pluralistic System—Marsha R. Gold, Jessica Mittler, Anna Aizer, Barbara Lyons, and Cathy Schoen
5. Relating Social Inequalities in Health and Income—James S. House
6. When Economists and Epidemiologists Disagree...—Ichiro Kawachi and Tony A. Blakely
7. Community-Oriented Primary Care: A Model for Public Health Nursing—Suzanne B. Cashman, Frances Kathleen Lopez Bushnell, and Hugh S. Fulmer
8. Book Review Editor's Introduction—David M. Frankford
9. Understanding Mutual Benefit Societies, 1860–1960, David T. Beito. From Mutual Aid to the Welfare State: Fraternal Societies and Social Services, 1890–1967; George Emery and J. C. Herbert Emery. A Young Man's Benefit: The Independent Order of Odd Fellows and Sickness Insurance in the United States and Canada, 1860–1929—Brian J. Glenn
10. Institutional Change and Healthcare Organizations: From Professional Dominance to Managed Care,
W. Richard Scott, Marin Ruef, Peter J. Mendel, and Carol A. Caronna—Arnold D. Kaluzny
11. The Corporate Practice of Medicine: Competition and Innovation in Health Care—James C. Robinson
12. The Making and Meaning of Hospital Policy in the United States and Canada—Terry Boychuk
13. Books Received
14. News and Notes
15. News and Notes—Christopher J. Conover
16. News from Affiliated Organizations
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