Medicine and Business: Bridging the Gap

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Aspen Publishers, 2001 - Medical - 312 pages
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With an emphasis on practical knowledge and implementation, Medicine and Business: Bridging the Gap, helps physicians make sound business and managerial decisions amid today's health care reality of unbalance, complexity, and unending change. This text is written from a business management perspective - instead of a medical practice management viewpoint - to give physicians the knowledge, vocabulary, and tools they need to work with business, finance, and managed care plan professionals with greater understanding and confidence.

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Sheldon Rovin is Emeritus Professor of Healthcare Systems at the Wharton School and past Director of Healthcare Executive Education Management Programs at the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics.

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