The Physician Manager's Handbook: Essential Business Skills for Succeeding in Health Care

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 1997 - Health & Fitness - 478 pages
Physicians are increasingly taking on new roles as executives and managers in today's health care delivery system. This work provides an overview of the essential business management skills that physician managers need to succeed.
 

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Contents

Problems for the Physician Manager
7
CHAPTER 3EMPLOYMENT METHODS
32
CHAPTER 4COMPENSATING EMPLOYEES
76
CHAPTER 5MANAGEMENT SKILLS
109
CHAPTER 6FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
131
CHAPTER 7CASH CONTROL IN SMALL PRACTICES
185
CHAPTER 8COLLECTION OF RECEIVABLES
201
CHAPTER 9MARKETING
239
CHAPTER 10STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
279
CHAPTER 11ORGANIZATIONAL INTEGRATION
319
CHAPTER 12TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT
343
CHAPTER 13NEGOTIATION
361
CHAPTER 14BUSINESS LAW
397
CHAPTER 15MANAGING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
429
CHAPTER 16SOME FINAL THOUGHTS
458
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Robert Solomon is Guest Scholar at the Brookings Institution and President of RS Associates Inc., the publisher of "International Economic Letter."

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