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MANAGED CARE, UTILIZATION REVIEW, AND FINANCIAL RISK SHIFTING: 
COMPENSATING PATIENTS FOR HEALTH CARE COST CONTAINMENT INJURIES

Vernellia R. Randall
17 U. Puget Sound L. Rev. 1 (Fall 1993)
Copyright (c) 1994 by Vernellia R. Randall

 


TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Prelude

I.    Introduction

II.    Historical Background
        A.    Overview of Historical Development 
        B.    Impact of Third-Party Payers on Health Care 
        C.    The Development of Managed Care Products 
        D.    Summary

III. Third-Party Party Cost Containment Measure
       A.    Utilization Review 
       B.    Strict Enforcement Through Financial Risk Shifting
       C.    Effects of Cost Containment Measures on Health Care

IV. Traditional Theories of Liability
        A.    Negligence (or Direct Liability) for Injuries 
                                Caused by Cost Containment Measures
        B.    Corporate Negligence Doctrine
        C.    Respondent Superior Doctrine
        D.    Ostensible Agency Doctrine
        E.    Summary 

V. ERISA as a Barrier to Compensation for Injuries 
        A.    Background
        B.    Corcoran v. United HealthCare 

VI. The Medical Injury Compensation Fund-A Proposal
       A.    Problems with the Tort System 
       B.    Elements of a Medical Injury Compensation Fund 
       C.    Problems of a Medical Injury Compensation Fund 
       D.    Benefits and Consequences of a Medical Injury Compensation Fund 
       E.    Summary 

VII.    Conclusion 

 
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