Managed Care: What it is and how it Works
Managed Care: What It Is and How It Works, the title says it all! This introduction to managed care is a must have for managed care professionals new to the industry, health care professionals who traditionally have had limited exposure to managed care, and professionals in other industries eager to capitalize on the business opportunities generated by managed care. It also serves as a textbook or supplemental reading for health-related courses in public health, medical, nursing, allied health, business, and public policy schools and programs. This book provides the reader with the basic structures, concepts, and practices of managed care in a concise, easy-to-read format. Winner of the 1998 AJN Book of the Year Award in the Managed Care category.
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Chapter 2What Is Managed Care?
Chapter 3The Infrastructure of Managed Care
Chapter 4Provider Networks
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