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Moving from a fee-for-service to a managed care delivery s

Moving from a fee-for-service to a managed care delivery system set up a series of expectations (page 421). How many of these expectations are realistic? How many have been realized?

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Fee-for-service healthcare delivery system is a system in which doctors or physicians are paid for the service they provide to the patient. The downside of this

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