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I read this book after a puzzling interaction with the author who held himself out as an expert yet seemed to have a fundamental non-understanding of how healthcare is evolving as... Read morePublished on August 28, 2013 by Amazon Customer
The mistakes mentioned by a reviewer below concerning hand-washing and hepatic necrosis were either not present or corrected before the printing of my copy of the book.Published on January 11, 2004
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Perhaps the worst text I have ever read. The book is poorly written and painfully dull. Mr. Millenson lack of personality is quite evident, as well as his arrogance.Published on March 11, 2003 by Amazon Customer
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The critical issue of health care quality in the United States has been sidelined recently by the debate over HMOs and managed care. Read morePublished on August 25, 1999
Millensen provides an insightful and historical view of the evolution of managed care (or managed competition). Read morePublished on August 17, 1999
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