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In a randomized, prospective design with Medicaid enrollees, managed mental health treatment reduced medical services costs and utilization by 23 to 40 percent relative to control groups. For enrollees with chronic medical diagnoses, managed treatment reduced medical costs by 28 to 47 percent, while medical costs for fee-for-service enrollees increased by(More)
  • H Dörken
  • Archiv für Geschwulstforschung
  • 1975
In Northern Germany (Schleswig-Holstein, Niedersachsen, Hamburg and Bremen) 140 children aged 2-14 years who had developed Hodgkin's disease after World War II were identified with the help of all 54 children's hospitals, the 101 local public health offices, and the Hamburg Cancer registry etc. Only histologically confirmed cases were included. For boys,(More)
From a total group of 782 cases of intrathoracic sarcoidosis, detected in the German Forces (Deutsche Bundeswehr) from 1965–1969 (incidence 28 per 100,000), the 205 youngest cases of about 20 years of age were compared with 1519 unaffected control soldiers of the same age. The regional distribution did not reveal differences between the North and the South(More)