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This title will provide an introduction for those physical therapists whose career plans involve seeking management positions in any health care setting. It will also offer reluctant managers and students an opportunity to view a broad range of possibilities for physical therapists as managers. Physical therapists who come to the United States from other countries unprepared for the system in which they will now practice can also use this test to better understand their profession. Covers the culture and business of health care, role of managers and leaders, contemporary health care issues, models for strategic management, vision and goals, policies and procedures, marketing, staffing, patient care, risk management, and communication.