Implementing a physician organization
American Medical Association, 1996 - Medical - 72 pages
This step-by-step guide quickly moves the reader through the major decisions and actions involved in implementing a new physician organization or MSO by addressing different organizational functions and how they are all related. Case studies demonstrate how the principles discussed can be applied to real-world situations. Topics include organizational and resource management, financial management systems, marketing, and more.
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Scheduling and Monitoring Approaches
Management Theories Summarized
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