Locals join California consumers and doctors send a message about what's wrong with health care.
Thursday, September 12, 1996
In theory it sounded ideal: cut skyrocketing medical costs by limiting how much doctors and hospitals can spend. But the reality of "managed care," where medicine is measured against the bottom line, has resulted in a frustrated medical community and a growing number of patients feeling more managed and less cared for.
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