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Health plan disenrollment rates are hovering as high as 40% in states like New York and California (hotbeds of HMO competition) making retention marketing a top priority. More and more health plans are putting some teeth into their wellness/preventive healthcare …

The Charlotte Observer
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A Knight-Ridder newspaper with a circulation of over 300,000, The Charlotte Observer is targeted towards Carolinians and doesn’t run a lot of national and wire-generated news. In each issue, …

Addressing healthcare leaders at the American Hospital Association’s Annual Membership Meeting in Washington, D.C., this week, John G. King, the AHA’s new chairman identified five core areas for improving community healthcare and sustaining the public’s trust in health systems.

In two weeks, PR NEWS will tackle one of the most pressing issues you’re sure to face in the future: how prepared your company is for a crisis.
On Feb. 17 at the Washington Sheraton in Washington, D.C., speakers at …

The International Monetary Fund’s $57 billion bailout to help repair South Korea’s flagging economy might seem like some much-needed salve, but sources say what this Asian country also needs is an image makeover, and private negotiations are underway for Burson-Marsteller to …

The Air Force Times

January 19th, 1998 by

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Editor’s Note: Although we found these editors less than enthusiastic, in the interest of fairness we must also say they weren’t snooty. We’re convinced the abruptness we encountered is because they must meet a weekly deadline …

Industry News

January 19th, 1998 by

Whatever!?! Letter From Disney’s Eisner: Worthy of ‘War and Peace’ Honor
Perhaps Walt Disney [DIS] CEO Michael Eisner thought readers would be armed with hankies, but we found his letter for the company’s annual report (we accessed the letter on …

The CEO Credibility Quiz

January 12th, 1998 by

We’re sure that when left alone in their corporate chambers, CEOs have to attach some professional analyses to how their leadership and reputation-management skills stack up – after all, no one’s perfect, right?
So to help you embark on an …

To boost childhood immunization rates in Sacramento, Calif. beyond the state’s 53% norm, Blue Cross of California’s (BCC) developed a multi-level immunization program that led to 62% of its 2-year-olds getting immunized.
The innovative program, launched in 1995, reached thousands of members and …

The Washington Post
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Editor’s note: For a top daily that cranks out some of the country’s most respected and widely read health and medical news, Washington Post editors and writers thrive on …