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Success in managed care: improving clinical quality.
Physician Exec. 1997 Apr; 23(4):24-31.PE

Abstract

What are the economic elements for success in managed care? Although they are quite simple, achieving them can be difficult. The criteria for success in the fee-for-service medical delivery system, generally characterized as "see more--do more--get more," are no longer valid for delivering care in a managed care system. This article identifies the economic elements for success in managed care, and offers a disciplined approach to achieving them, combining both actuarial and clinical expertise.

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Wausau Insurance, WI, USA.No affiliation info available

Pub Type(s)

Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

10166536

Citation

Cigich, S M., and N E. Mischler. "Success in Managed Care: Improving Clinical Quality." Physician Executive, vol. 23, no. 4, 1997, pp. 24-31.
Cigich SM, Mischler NE. Success in managed care: improving clinical quality. Physician Exec. 1997;23(4):24-31.
Cigich, S. M., & Mischler, N. E. (1997). Success in managed care: improving clinical quality. Physician Executive, 23(4), 24-31.
Cigich SM, Mischler NE. Success in Managed Care: Improving Clinical Quality. Physician Exec. 1997;23(4):24-31. PubMed PMID: 10166536.
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