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Jacobs Institute of Women's Health
Milken Institute School of Public Health
The George Washington University
950 New Hampshire Ave., NW, 6th Floor
Washington, DC  20052
Liz Borkowski, MPH
Managing Director


Major Initiatives > Managed Care

From 1997 to 2000, the Jacobs Institute embarked on a major project exploring different aspects of the managed care system. Over the course of 4 years, Jacobs held several briefings and conferences on various facets of the issue and held a culminating national conference. Results and briefing papers from the Managed Care Project can be found in Insights, which is available for purchase here.

Below is a complete listing of the Managed Care Events:

Women's Health Quality Measures for Managed Care: What Do They Tell Us and Do Employers Listen?
June 21, 2000

National Summit on Women's Health and Managed Care

Quality in Women's Health: Taking Measure of Managed Care
July 23, 1998

Neither Prevention Nor Cure: Managed Care for Women with Chronic Conditions
May 28, 1998

Medicaid Managed Care: The Challenge of Providing Care to Low-Income Women
February 19, 1998

Managed Care and Women's Mental Health: A Focus on Depression
December 5, 1997

Confronting STDs: A Challenge for Managed Care
October 29, 1997

Managed Care and Unintended Pregnancy: Testing the Limits of Prevention
July 30, 1997

Women's Health and Managed Care in California: A Laboratory for the Nation
April 25, June 25, September 9, and October 9, 1997

Health Plans and Purchasers: Managing Women's Primary Care
June 4, 1997

Women's Primary Care in Managed Care
February 7, 1997


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