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Published by: Harvard Kennedy School
Published in: 1992

Abstract

This case contrasts one executive''s experiences in reorganizing health care financing and delivery systems, first in government, later as the CEO of a major non-profit health insurer. Leonard Schaeffer reflects on what he views as the different dynamics and rewards in the public and private sectors.

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Abstract

This case contrasts one executive''s experiences in reorganizing health care financing and delivery systems, first in government, later as the CEO of a major non-profit health insurer. Leonard Schaeffer reflects on what he views as the different dynamics and rewards in the public and private sectors.

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