HMO Membership Shows First-Ever Decline in 1998

THE DARK REPORT believes this is early sign of consumer rebellion against managed care

CEO SUMMARY: One of the most closely-tracked surveys of health cost trends was released last week. William H. Mercer Inc.’s report revealed two significant facts. One, enrollment growth in HMO/POS plans actually declined for the first time. Two, costs rose at the fastest rate in five years. Each fact may be early warning to laboratory

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