HBO & Co. acquires again

Morrissey, John
October 1997
Modern Healthcare;10/06/97, Vol. 27 Issue 40, p36
Trade Publication
Presents information on HBO and Company, while highlighting its contribution to healthcare payer services market, and HBO's agreement to pay $370 million dollars worth of stock for cost-analysis soft-ware developer HPR. View of Monika Brown, spokeswomen of HBO and Company; Reference to the GMIS company; Delivery to be made by GMIS; Definition of overutilization and underutilization; Other healthcare markets HBO is branching out into.


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