Dulane Moran

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  • Dulane Moran
  • The Milbank Memorial Fund quarterly. Health and…
  • 1981
Attempts to inject "competition" into the market for health-care financing have been inextricably linked to the fate of the HMO movement. But the track record of HMOs to date offers no compelling evidence that all other types of competitors should be barred from the race, and a new Congress is likely to be more critical of optimal "second-best" solutions(More)
The belief that community influence can improve the outcomes of energy efficiency programs is being increasingly promoted by program planners and is affecting the portfolios of traditional energy efficiency program administrators. In 2010, Los Angeles County and its grant partners received $30 million from the U.S. Department of Energy as part of the Better(More)
Federal waiver programs enable states to bypass the requirements of federal programs such as Medicare and Medicaid to experiment with different ways of financing, organizing, and delivering health care. In tracking waiver activity from 1980 to 1990, the authors found that federal involvement with waivers lost momentum during the latter part of the 1980s,(More)
For a full day, 10 individuals representing varied health fields and viewpoints within the healthcare industry discussed a number of topics confronting health care and predicted what the environment is likely to be in three years (see accompanying sidebars for symposium participants and purpose). This article focuses on one of the symposium topics, capital(More)
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