Managed Care in the 1990s: Politics, Policy, and Oral History Perspectives





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Uploaded on Apr 13, 2009

The Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Oral History Project

Over the past three years, the Regional Oral History Office at the University of California, Berkeley, has been conducting interviews on the development of Kaiser Permanente since 1970. This series builds on a previous set of interviews with the founding generation that began in the 1980s, shortly after the death of Dr. Sidney Garfield. To mark the mid-point in this new series of in-depth interviews, the Regional Oral History Office will host a panel discussion, "Managed Care in the 1990s: Politics, Policy, and Oral History Perspectives," that will explore what these interviews have to say about Kaiser Permanente in the changing structure of health care delivery of the 1990s. Panelists will comment on the work done in this series and its relevance to the most important questions currently confronting scholars of the development of health care in the United States.

Professor Alain Enthoven, Marriner S. Eccles Professor of Public and Private Management, Emeritus, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Professor James Robinson, Kaiser Permanente Distinguished Professor of Health Economics, School of Public Health, UC Berkeley
Martin Meeker, Ph.D., Academic Specialist, Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft Library, UC Berkeley


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