Managed Behavioral Health Care Handbook
E. Clarke Ross
Aspen Publishers, 2001 - Medical - 385 pages
Written by a team of nationally recognized authorities on managed care, Managed Behavioral Health Care Handbook guides you through specific strategies that characterize contemporary efforts made at managing behavioral health care, building a clear understanding of their role, and their effect in improving the quality of behavioral health care today, and in the future. From beginning to end, you will learn the core components of the managed behavioral health care process and gain invaluable insight into the numerous controversies and public policy issues.
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