Table of contents for The rise and fall of HMOs : an American health care revolution / Jan Gregoire Coombs.

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Preface		000
Acknowledgments		000
Introduction:	American Health Care Insurance Prior to 1970		000
1.	Dreams of a Medical Utopia		000
2.	The HMO Act and Its Aftermath		000
3.	Health Care in Rural America			000
4.	Affiliated Providers and Necessary Compromises		000
5.	Emerging Problems with Medicare and Medicaid		000
6.	Entering a Management Revolution		000
7.	Assessing HMO Quality and Consumer Satisfaction in the 1980s		000
8.	Idealism Confronts Realities		000
9.	Competing Values Doom a Partnership		000
10.	The Perils of Antitrust in the Health Care Marketplace		000
11.	HMOs and Public Programs in the 1990s		000
12.	Private Sector HMO Enrollment Growth in the 1990s		000
13.	Demands for Accountability		000
14.	Critics and Would-Be Reformers		000
Conclusion	Lessons from Marshfield		000
Appendix One		The Meaning of Community Service at Marshfield Clinic		000
Appendix Two	Acronym Definitions and Descriptions		000
Bibliographic Resources for American Health Care History and Policy		000
Endnotes		000
Index		000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Health maintenance organizations -- United States -- History.
Health maintenance organizations -- Wisconsin -- History.
Health care reform -- United States -- History.
Marshfield Clinic.
Health Maintenance Organizations -- history -- United States.
Health Maintenance Organizations -- history -- Wisconsin.
Health Care Reform -- history -- United States.
Health Care Reform -- history -- Wisconsin.
Organizational Case Studies -- United States.
Organizational Case Studies -- Wisconsin.