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Hospitals need to help Medicare HMOs

Hospitals need to help Medicare HMOs

Health Care Strategic Management 16(9): 2-3

Many of the health maintenance organizations that rushed to create Medicare products are bailing out of their Medicare contracts. Donald E.L. Johnson writes that Medicare HMOs face market and government challenges, and hospitals should try to anticipate HMOs' next moves and have responses ready.

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