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June 15, 1992 | Anne Michaud, Times Staff Writer
It's the difference between a la carte and prix fixe . Add a measure of bureaucracy and put human health at stake, and you get the difficulty of converting from traditional medicine to health maintenance. Unified Medical Group Assn. helps existing groups of doctors convert some of their practice to health maintenance after they contract to see HMO patients. The association's executive director, James O. Hillman, has begun to receive membership applications from across the country.
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June 15, 1992 | Anne Michaud, Times Staff Writer
It's the difference between a la carte and prix fixe . Add a measure of bureaucracy and put human health at stake, and you get the difficulty of converting from traditional medicine to health maintenance. Unified Medical Group Assn. helps existing groups of doctors convert some of their practice to health maintenance after they contract to see HMO patients. The association's executive director, James O. Hillman, has begun to receive membership applications from across the country.
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