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Taking a Closer Look at the Managed Care Class Actions: Impact Litigation as an Assist to the Market
Annals of Health Law
  • Kathy L. Cerminara, Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad Law Center
Publication Date
2002
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Abstract
Professor Cerminara examines the use of class action lawsuits to empower individuals to challenge health care decision-making. The article begins by noting the benefits of class actions which provide strength in numbers and a far-ranging impact by challenging policy decisions and encouraging corporate responsiveness. Professor Cerminara concludes that class actions are but one step in the process of empowering individuals and decreasing their resentment of the lack of process currently within the health care system.
Citation Information
Kathy L. Cerminara. "Taking a Closer Look at the Managed Care Class Actions: Impact Litigation as an Assist to the Market" (2002) p. 1
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/kathy_cerminara/9/