The Rise And Fall Of Hmos: An American Health Care Revolution

Hardcover | April 4, 2005

byJan Gregoire Coombs

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“Excellent. . . . This detailed analysis of how the Marshfield Clinic struggled to balance competing priorities and interest groups nicely illustrates the adage ‘If you see one HMO, you’ve seen one HMO.’”—Joel D. Howell, The Journal of American History

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“Excellent. . . . This detailed analysis of how the Marshfield Clinic struggled to balance competing priorities and interest groups nicely illustrates the adage ‘If you see one HMO, you’ve seen one HMO.’”—Joel D. Howell, The Journal of American History

Jan Gregoire Coombs is a medical historian living near Madison, Wisconsin. Her books on health care include You Can Help: Living with the Disabled.
Format:HardcoverDimensions:430 pages, 9 × 6 × 1.2 inPublished:April 4, 2005Publisher:University Of Wisconsin PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0299202402

ISBN - 13:9780299202408

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“Jan Coombs has an encyclopedic knowledge of broad health care trends in the United States since 1970. She has written an original, well-documented, thorough, and very readable book. The personalized story of the Marshfield Clinic, with often-anguished statements from participants, brings national trends to life and gives this book urgency and freshness.”—Rosemary Stevens, author of American Medicine and the Public Interest