Manage Payers Like Financial Portfolio, Boost Revenues

Feterolf, Donald E.
July 2002
Click (1532-0391);Jul2002, p1
Discusses that how financial portfolio theory and the capital asset pricing model can be applied to organizations in medical practice. Features of financial portfolio theory; Various steps defining the optimal portfolio of managed care organization patients panels; Relationship between financial risk and individual patient care.


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