Dr. Generic Will See You Now: 33 Rules for Surviving Managed Care

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Ten Speed Press, 1996 - Health & Fitness - 133 pages
The beloved author of KILL AS FEW PATIENTS AS POSSIBLE—and self-proclaimed World's Best Doctor—takes on the vicissitudes of managed care in this new collection of 33 funny, insightful, and medically correct essays. From the bureaucracy (Rule 2: Don't Let an HMO Give You Nickel-and-Dime Care for Your Million-Dollar Body) to the doctor-patient relationship (Rule 17: Medicine May have Changed in 2000 Years, But Patients Haven't) to the sort of medical advice you just won't find anywhere else (Rule 28: Keep Away from Restaurants with Skinny Chefs), Dr. Generic guides you through the outrages of managed care.

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About the author (1996)

OSCAR LONDON, MD, is the pseudonym of an internist who practiced in Berkeley, California, for 30 years His humorous essays appeared regularly in the San Francisco Chronicle.

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