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Knowledge is power: a guide to fact-based managed-care negotiations

Knowledge is power: a guide to fact-based managed-care negotiations

Journal of Cardiovascular Management 5(1): 35

Signing a managed-care contract does not have to be an unnerving experience, as long as a practice administrator or physician is armed with the right information.

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