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Spring 2000 Issue - 20 Articles
- Editor's Note
Peter Ross Range, pp. 1-3
Where We Stand
- 44,000,000 / 98,000---A Tale of Two Numbers
Al From, pp. 4-7
Here are eight steps to start the consumer revolution in health care
- Whose Health Is It, Anyway?
S. Robert Levine, MD, pp. 8-13
Managed care and other reforms failed to account for the fact that, just as politics is...
- "Where's Mine?"
Michael L. Millenson, pp. 14-15
For 90 years, reformers have tried to empower consumers with reports on the quality of ...
- Can Consumers Judge?
David Lansky, pp. 16-21
We already have many of the tools to measure how well doctors perform, but we don't use...
- Leveling the Playing Field
Regina E. Herzlinger, pp. 22-23
The SEC transformed securities markets during the Great Depression. It's time to do th...
- Getting on the Fast Track to Universal Coverage
David Kendall, pp. 24-29
Why we need to mandate health insurance for everyone
- Gore vs. Bradley
David Kendall and Jeff Lemieux, pp. 30-31
How They Would Cover the Uninsured
- Revolution in Minnesota
Kerry Tremain, pp. 32-35
Minnesota-based UnitedHealth Group reports on doctors' performance
- 2001: A Personal Heath Space Odyssey
Katie Donohue, pp. 36-42
Store your records. Talk to your doctor. Fill a prescription. All online and free, s...
- Mental Health, p. 43
The Unresolved Area of Health Care Reform
- Resource for Research, pp. 44-45
NIH's PubMed Central puts life science online
- The Doctor in the Mirror
Michael Castleman, pp. 46-49
Your most important health care provider is---you
- The Blueprint Health Index, p. 50
Startling numbers underscore the urgency of reform
- What Works
Judy Packer-Tursman, p. 51
Chattanooga's Outreach Program
- Learning Health for Life
Judy Packer-Tursman, pp. 52-53
K-12 health education reduces bad lifestyle choices later on
- Save Medicare from Itself
Senator John Breaux and Jeff Lemieux, pp. 54-59
Troubled Medicare can be ushered into the 21st century only by getting politicians out ...
- What's Your Plan?
Eric B. Schnurer, pp. 60-63
Most people don't have long-term care insurance, a fact that could bankrupt both govern...
- Penn's Poll---Health Care is Back, pp. 64-75
- Post Script
David Kendall and S. Robert Levine, MD, pp. 76-78