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1. Introduction: Politics, Misperception, or Apropos?—Mark A. Peterson
2. Populists in a Global Market—James A. Morone
3. The Predictable Managed Care Kvetch on the Rocky Road from Adolescence to Adulthood—Uwe E. Reinhardt
4. Why Liberals Should Embrace Managed Care—Stephan L. Burton
5. Adverse Consequences of Adverse Selection—Mark Pauly and Sean Nicholson
6. Unrealistic Expectations Born of Defective Institutions—Alain C. Enthoven and Sara J. Singer
7. Employer Decisions and the Seeds of Backlash—Karen Titlow and Ezekiel Emanuel
8. Managed Care as Victim or Villain?—Kenneth E. Thorpe
9. Why Are Physicians So Upset about Managed Care?—Harold S. Luft
10. The Microregulation of the Health Care Marketplace—Thomas Rice
11. ISO Quick Fix, Free Lunch, and Share of Pie—Marsha R. Gold
12. Changing Perceptions, Changing Reality—Rashi Fein
13. Choice, Trust, and Two Models of Quality—Joseph White
14. Two Backlashes: Targeted Reforms and Supply Chain Management—Mark A. Goldberg
15.The View from Communities—Paul B. Ginsburg and Cara S. Lesser
16. What’s behind the Public’s Backlash?—Gail R. Wilensky
17. The American Public’s Pragmatic Liberalism Meets Its Philosophical Conservativism—Lawrence R. Jacobs and Robert Y. Shapiro
18. The Misleading Language of Managed Care—Jacob S. Hacker and Theodore R. Marmor
19. The Who, What, and How of Managed Care—Catherine McLaughlin
20. Can Public Policy Fix What Ails Managed Care?—Stephen M. Davidson
21. Managed Care at the Millenium: Scenes from a Maul—David A. Hyman
22. Physician Collective Bargaining in the Era of Managed Care: A Turning Point in U.S. Medicine—Richard M. Scheffler
23. Finding "Truth" about Managed Care—Regina E. Herzlinger
24. The View from the Health Plan Trenches—Walter A. Zelman
25. Waiting for Godot: Wishes and Worries in Managed Care—Richard Kronick
26. A Balanced Framework for Change—David Mechanic
27. Backlash: As Prelude to Managing Managed Care—Marc A. Rodwin
28. Can the Market Ensure Quality Work without Government?—Karen Davis
29. Why We Need a Patients’ Bill of Rights—Richard Sorian and Judith Feder
30. Managed Care and Medical Injury: Let’s Not Throw Out the Baby with the Backlash—Randall R. Bovbjerg and Robert H. Miller
31. Back-Off, Not Backlash in Medicaid Managed Care—James W. Fossett and Frank J. Thompson
32. The Poor and Managed Care in the Oregon Experience—Howard M. Leichter
33. Strengthening State Government through Oversight—Daniel M. Fox
34. Regulating Managed Care: Pulling the Tails to Wag the Dogs—David M. Frankford
35. The Death of Managed Care as We Know It—Katherine Swartz
36. Managed Care’s Fifteen Minutes of Fame—Bruce C. Vladeck
37. Managed Care and the Second Great Transformation—Deborah Stone
38. Contemporary Managed Care: Readings in Structure, Operations, and Public Policy—Sara Rosenbaum
39. The Managed Care Blues and How to Cure Them—Sara Rosenbaum
40. Medicare HMOs: Making Them Work for the Chronically Ill—Jacob S. Hacker
41. Purchasing Population Health: Paying for Results—Robert Evans and Aleck Ostry
42. Book Received
43. News and Notes—David G. Warren
44. News from Affiliated Organizations
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