I ENCOURAGE YOU TO CAREFULLY READ THE STORY about the financial woes of managed care plans in this issue. After virtually every big HMO company reported sizeable losses for 1997, Kaiser Permanente joined the club with a $270 million loss. Following years of soaring profits, it appears that health insurers are about to enter a sustained
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