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Capitation for Physicians: Understanding and Negotiating Contracts to Maximize Reimbursement and Manage Financial Risk.

Capitation for Physicians: Understanding and Negotiating Contracts to Maximize Reimbursement and Manage Financial Risk by John F. McNally

This book addresses managed care--and its impact on physicians--as the dominant mode of health care delivery and reimbursement in the U.S., equipping physicians who are providing care with the information they need to have healthy practices, as well as healthy patients. It focuses on helping physicians and medical professionals understand the market-driven changes in today's health care delivery system.This hands-on guide offers practical information on how to understand, negotiate, and implement a capitated contract for a successful medical practice. 196 pages, 1996, McGraw-Hill.
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Author:Linsky, Sharon
Publication:Physician Executive
Article Type:Book Review
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:May 1, 1997
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