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What are three reasons why risk management is important to a health care organization?

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This solution discusses three reasons why risk management is important to a health care organization. Supplemented with a supporting article that deals with the reasons for risk assessment that are specific to managed care organization healthcare structures, plus includes many other valuable links as well. References are also provided.

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