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Managed Care: What It Is and How It Works (Managed Health Care Handbook ( Kongstvedt)) by Peter R. Kongstvedt (2008-11-14)

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  • By E. Gray on March 10, 2013

    I actually got this book for a class that I am taking. I bought it new thinking that I would be writing and highlight in it like a overachiever that I am, but interestingly enough that wasn't the case. The book was great if you knew how the medical system in the U.S. works but I could see people outside of their element with this book. Managed Care is a hard theory to get your head wrapped around if you have never worked in the healthcare field and don't understand what goes on "behind the scenes" for that doctor or that Physician Assistant does to actually see you in a hospital or doctor's office. It's a fairly think book for the major concepts introduced and some of the descriptions and definitions were a bit hard to understand due to their vagueness. I do refer back to it mostly for class but it's a good book.

  • By Guillermo A. Renderos on February 3, 2014

    great book ,good information to obtain more info in the topic, but still needs other books to complement it..the wording is a little confusing and goes around the bushes without giving you a clear definition of thre topic at hand...but in general ...a ok book with good information on different topics related to managed care.

  • By Azzie on September 5, 2013

    I purchased this textbook because it was required for my economic (Masters) class. This is book is relatively easy to read and understand. It is a good reference book and one that I shall keep for the future. If you are interested in economics or an economic major, this is a good resource, provided you work in healthcare.

  • By Colin J on May 20, 2015

    Bought this book brand new, and it certainly is brand new. The content is very informative as well. Came on time, packed well, and in good quality.

  • By S. Kotes on April 21, 2015

    For someone entering the managed care arena, this book is an excellent primer. I highly recommend it to anyone wanting to know the basics of managed care. See also the author's fourth edition, which I have ordered and am eagerly awaiting its arrival.

  • By Bert on October 22, 2015

    An honest book that does what it sets out to do-give an overview of the subject. Although texts such as this suffer from the ravages of time on relevance it is still preferable to the inefficiency of trying to educate yourself about these subjects on the internet.

  • By Natasha on January 21, 2014

    was exactly what i needed for my class. arrived in great condition and was perfectly fine for the semester. would buy again

  • By Cat on September 28, 2015

    Granted it was used, and you kind of get what you pay for. But overall the already highlighted text gave me a headstart on what I should focus on for class, so I guess I should say thanks a lot!


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