Making Managed Healthcare Work: A Practical Guide to Strategies and Solutions
Aspen Publishers, 1991 - Health & Fitness - 602 pages
Making Managed Healthcare Work is your comprehensive guide to developing and implementing a new strategic approach to managed care that's practical, performance-based, and results-oriented. Learn how to prepare for, identify, pursue, negotiate and implement a new type of managed care arrangement that can accomplish the objective of delivering quality care at competitive prices.
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PART ONE MARKET DYNAMICS
Legal and Regulatory Environment
Point of ViewThe Future of Managed Care Regulation
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