How to Negotiate a Managed Care Contract

Schulz, Isaac
June 2000
Dermatology Times;Jun2000, Vol. 21 Issue 6, p40
Trade Publication
Gives advice for dermatologists to negotiate a contract with a managed care organization (MCO). Creation of leverage with the MCO; Investigation of the provider; Advice on contractual traps.


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