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Preparing for a Changing Healthcare Marketplace: Lessons from the Field Contents     Overview Marion Ein Lewin   1     Private Health Insurance: Adapting to Changing Times       The Evolution of Private Health Insurance: Past Issues, Future Challenges Stanley B. Jones   6     Nonfinancial Barriers: Implications for Health Insurance Thomas W. Chapman   18     Response from a Managed Care Perspective Simeon A. Rubenstein   24     Managed Care and Vulnerable Populations       Lessons from HealthPASS and Oxford Health Plans David Snow, Jr.   40     Lessons from Medica in Minnesota Lois Wattman   52     A Perspective from Academic Medicine Thomas L. Delbanco   58

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Preparing for a Changing Healthcare Marketplace: Lessons from the Field     The Role of States in Health Care Reform       Report from New York State Mark R. Chassin   78     The Limitations of State Capacity to Effect Reform: A Colorado Perspective Alan R. Weil   89     Contributors   106