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Ponderer
05-14-2002, 05:35 PM
Can someone please tell me what are the TITLES of the chapters that are on the 8M syllabus? I found a 3rd edition of the text and was wondering how it compares to the 4th edition.

Thanks.

Dr T Non-Fan
05-14-2002, 06:11 PM
http://r1.us.rmi.yahoo.com/rmi/http://shop.barnesandnoble.com/textbooks/booksearch/isbninquiry.asp/rmivars%3ftarget=_top?sourceid=0000212346410634898 7&ISBN=0834217260&bfdate=05-14-2002+16:44:14

B&N sometimes has chapter titles. This link above should do it. due to its length it might not work.
Here are the specifics for 8M, as best as I can:

Ch. 37 Electronic Commerce in Managed Health Care 694
Ch. 38 Claims and Benefits Administration 710
Ch. 41 Sales and Marketing in Managed Health Care Plans: The Process of Distribution 798
Ch. 42 The Employer's View of Managed Health Care: Show Me the Value 817
Ch. 43 The Impact of Consumerism on Managed Health Care 828

Ch. 7 Primary Care in Managed Health Care Plans 93
Ch. 8 Compensation of Primary Care Physicians in Managed Health Care 110
Ch. 11 Contracting and Reimbursement of Specialty Physicians 175
Ch. 12 Negotiating and Contracting with Hospitals and Institutions 191
Ch. 18 Managing Basic Medical-Surgical Utilization 294
Ch. 20 Ancillary Diagnostic and Therapeutic Services 344
Ch. 22 Case Management and Managed Care 371
Ch. 23 Fundamentals and Core Competencies of Disease Management 402
Ch. 25 Managed Behavioral Health Care and Chemical Dependency Services 451
Ch. 29 Clinical Pathways: Linking Outcomes for Patients, Clinicians, Payers, and Employers 521
Ch. 30 Quality Management in Managed Care 539
Ch. 32 Using Data and Provider Profiling in Medical Management 579
Ch. 47 Operational Finance and Budgeting 907
Ch. 55 Medicare and Managed Care 1060
Ch. 64 Legal Liability Related to Medical Management Activities 1221
Ch. 69 State Regulation of Managed Care 1322

Phil
05-14-2002, 07:17 PM
Here's a little of it. But the chapters really don't match up correctly. The names of sections are different, you can see that things have been split into different chapters and more sections added. Plus, Kongstvedt explains that the 3rd edition is based primarily on Staff and Group models of HMO's, whereas the 4th edition no longer distinguishes too much between those older classifications.




12 contg a reimb o spect care phys 11
14 contkg a negg wi hosp a instu 12
17 mgg bas medk-surk uz 18
21 ancillary 20
18 cas mgmt a man car 22
20 disease mgmt 23
22 man. behl hea car 25
19 path(ways) - clinicians, patients, etc. 29
25 qual mgmt i man car 30


Legend : {3rd Ed chapter #} {chapter name} {4th ed chapter #}

Ponderer
05-14-2002, 07:42 PM
Thank you, both of you!

Dr T Non-Fan
05-14-2002, 08:28 PM
Despite all my help, I still recommend getting the 4th edition. Check online for deals. $125 at b&n. Although, you get a barrage of e-mails, and I've had some bad experiences with them not having books that they're selling.