The Managed health care handbook
Considered the 'bible' of the managed care industry, this third edition is greatly expanded with 30 new chapters and extensively updated-- double the size of the last edition! the Managed Health Care Handbook is a key strategic and operational resource for use in planning and decision-making. it includes first-hand advice from experienced managers on how to succeed in every aspect of managed care: quality management, claims and benefits administration, managing patient demand, As well as risk management, subacute care, physician compensation and much more! This seminal resource is a must for providers, purchasers, and payersfor everyone involved in the managed care industry.
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CHAPTER 3TYPES OF MANAGED CARE ORGANIZATIONS
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