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Think about previous/current supervisors. Some of them may have been easy to work with, although that didn’t automatically make them good supervisors. Some of them may have been difficult but were overall great supervisors. What makes a good, bad, effective, or ineffective supervisor for you? Does being able to supervise mean being able to lead? Do your experiences resonate with any models of supervision reviewed in the Smith (2009) article? How?
Based on Chapters 4-6, answer the following questions and be sure to follow the Discussion Board & Assignment Instructions. 300 words and apa style please repeat the question
Kongstvedt, Essentials of Managed Care, Sixth Edition ISBN: 978-1-4496-5331-6
Using your understanding of the chapters, explain the physician basic credentialing process and compare primary care and specialty care physicians using examples of each. In the examples:
- Explain the critical differences between inpatient and outpatient services and how that relates to contracting.
- Discuss the importance of any payment issues that should be addressed in a managed care agreement.