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  • Print publication year: 2012
  • Online publication date: October 2012

19 - Pain practice management

from Section 3 - Surgical and anesthesia practice management

References

1. J. Saper. A review of the Nuprin Pain Report. Top Pain Manage 1987; 2: 2–4.
2. S. D. Waldman. Joining a managed care plan: a guide to the pain management specialist. Am J Pain Manag. 1992; 2: 215–18.
3. S. D. Waldman. Motivating the pain center employee. Am J Pain Manag. 1993; 3: 114–17.
4. S. D. Waldman. Hiring employees for the pain center. Am J Pain Manag 1992; 2: 164–6.
5. S. D. Waldman. Total quality management for the pain center-an idea whose time has come. Am J Pain Manag 1993; 3: 38–41.
6. S. D. Waldman. The antitrust implications of medical staff credentialling-Part I. Am J Pain Manag 1997; 7: 22–7.
7. S. D. Waldman. The antitrust implications of medical staff credentialling-Part II. Am J Pain Manag 1997; 7: 66–9.
8. S. D. Waldman. Reimbursement for chronic pain management service – the cloud’s silver lining. Reg Anesth 1993;18: 227–8.
9. S. D. Waldman. Any willing provider laws-paradox or panacea Part I. Am J Pain Manag 1996; 6: 54–61.
10. S. D. Waldman. Any willing provider laws-paradox or panacea Part II. Am J Pain Manag 1996; 6: 93–6.
11. S. D. Waldman. N. A. Ford. Selling your medical practice-Part I. Am J Pain Manag 1998; 8: 23–8.
12. S. D. Waldman. Selling your medical practice-Part II. Am J Pain Manag 1998; 8: 53–60.
13. S. D. Waldman. The new OSHA regulations: implications for the pain management specialist. Am J Pain Manag 1993; 3: 85–7.