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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Impact of Potential Changes to ERISA: Litigation and Appeals Experience of CalPERS, Other Large Public Employers and a Large California Health Plan

The Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) currently preempts state law related to the wrongful denial or delay of health benefits to the extent that such laws relate to a health benefit plan sponsored by a private employer. This report examines the frequency, nature and costs associated with the appeals…

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Benefits and Costs of Consumer Protection Proposals in California: An Analysis of Selected Recommendations of the California Managed Care Task Force

This report assesses the potential impact of selected recommendations of the Managed Health Care Improvement Task Force in the areas of access to care and specialists, information disclosure, and dispute resolution. The Managed Health Care Improvement Task Force was established in 1998 to inform state leaders about the health industry…

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Kaiser Family Foundation/Harvard University School of Public Health:  Update on Americans’ Views and Experiences in Managed Care

Kaiser Family Foundation/Harvard University School of Public Health: Update on Americans’ Views and Experiences in Managed Care The Kaiser Family Foundation/Harvard University School of Public Health: Update on Americans’ Views and Experiences in Managed Care is based on findings from the April 1998 Kaiser Harvard News Interest Index. The survey…

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For-Profit Health Care Companies: Trends and Issues – Fact Sheet

The rapid growth of managed care has brought with it a growing connection between the stock market and health care organizations. Health care services have evolved from being delivered by physicians and tax exempt institutions to a market-driven industry attracting investment capital from numerous sources. The market capitalization, or total…

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Kaiser Family Foundation Survey of Americans about Health Care and the Stock Market

A survey on Americans’ perceptions of healthcare stocks and the differences between for-profit and nonprofit healthcare organizations. A fact sheet including data on financial trends from the past decade is included. This survey was released at a briefing held jointly by the Kaiser Family Foundation and the National Press Foundation…

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Setting Capitation Rates for HIV/AIDS Care:  A Primer for Ryan White CARE Act Title IV Project

Setting Capitation Rates for HIV/AIDS Care: A Primer for Ryan White CARE Act Title IV ProjectReport: Setting Capitation Rates for HIV/AIDS Care: A Primer for Ryan White CARE Act Title IV Projects

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Kaiser Family Foundation/Harvard University National Survey of Americans’ Views on Consumer Protection in Managed Care

A survey of 1,204 adults on Americans’ views on consumer protections and government regulation of managed care and the President’s “Consumer Bill of Rights.” The survey was conducted for the Foundation and Harvard University by Princeton Survey Research Associates. Additional questions were asked as part of a national omnibus telephone…

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National Survey of Small Business Executives on Health Care

A survey of 800 small business executives on their views on health care and the coverage they offer their employees. The survey also asked small employers how they feel about current proposals to protect consumers and regulate managed care.

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Kaiser Family Foundation/Princeton Survey Research Associates Study of Media Coverage of Managed Care: January 1990 – June 1997

An analysis of media coverage (both print and broadcast) of managed care, from January 1 1990 to June 30, 1997. The study found that early coverage focused on managed care as a business story, and later years focused more on patient care and concerns about backlash. Overall, the media was…

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