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Making Sense of Managed Care Volume I: Building Blocks and Fundamentals.

Making Sense of Managed Care Volume I: Building Blocks and Fundamentals Edited by Kimball Austin Miller, MD, MSHA, and Elaine King Miller, PhD

This first book in the Making Sense of Managed Care series reviews the basic organizational building blocks and theoretical models fundamental to the integrated managed care environment. Building on the financial models, administrative and medical management policies and procedures, and the forecasts of future trends, providers can examine their current positions, determine strengths, and develop action plans to overcome vulnerabilities. 160 pages, 1997.

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Title Annotation:ACPE Publications
Author:Linsky, Sharon
Publication:Physician Executive
Article Type:Book Review
Date:May 1, 1997
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