Managed Care: What It Is and How It Works
The new Third Edition of Managed Health Care: What It Is and How It Works is a concise introduction to the foundations of the American managed health care system. Written in clear and accessible language, this handy guide offers an historical overview of managed care and then walks the reader through the organizational structures, concepts, and practices of the managed care industry. This thorough revision has been completely updated with all the newest data on this dynamic industry and features all new sections on: pay for performance, consumer directed health plans, new approaches to care management, as well as advances in information technology.
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The Origins of Managed Health Care
Types of Managed Care Organizations and Integrated Health Care Delivery Systems
Network Management and Reimbursement
Management of Medical Utilization and Quality
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