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The primary care practice in transition: strategies for managing the evolution from fee for service to prepaid care

The primary care practice in transition: strategies for managing the evolution from fee for service to prepaid care

College Review 15(1): 5-26

Changing old thought patterns, habits and preconceived notions is not always easy in today's ever-changing world of health care practice and administration. This paper offers advice on solutions pertaining to implementation of prepaid care programs.

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