The new health partners: renewing the leadership of physician practice
Jossey-Bass Publishers, Jun 25, 1999 - Health & Fitness - 341 pages
Discover The Six Dimensions of Health Systems That Can Transform Your Medical Practice
The New Health Partners is an essential handbook for physicians who want to reshape their practices to prosper within the managed care environment. This key resource offers a blueprint for helping physicians, medical directors, and administrators create the needed partnerships and cooperative business alliances, put in place the best practices that will maximize accountability, and, ultimately, achieve success in disease management.
"Steve Prather's book encapsulates the key forces in health care today. If followed, his practical solutions will dramatically change the way we organize and deliver care."--Henry G. Walker, president and CEO, Providence/Health System
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