MCO

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MCO

(1) (Microsoft Cabinet Object) See CAB file.

(2) (Managed Care Organization) See healthcare IT.
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Managed care organizations should provide point-of-service options which enable people with disabilities to chose an out-of-network provider for highly specialized services when necessary.
This group will study the impact of downstream risk on managed care organizations, providers, and consumers.
Finally, our respondents felt that career development programs may prove vital for ensuring that physicians stay energized and committed throughout their "corporate" fife at any given managed care organization.
To be successful, managed care organizations should look for the following characteristics when recruiting a medical director:
Continued MEDecision's DePhillips, "IFI Health Solutions has been providing clinical practices, procedures, and data to managed care organizations for many years.
In the spring 2004 audit, Nexium, AstraZeneca's successor to Prilosec, was reported on formulary by 31% of participating managed care organizations, down slightly from 34% in spring 2003.
Network Health is a comprehensive Medicaid health plan contracted by the state as one of four MassHealth managed care organizations in Massachusetts.
Clifford, chairman of Three V Health, says of the venture, "It's our shared belief that this will lead to better informed and healthier consumers which will ultimately lower health care costs for individuals, families, corporations and managed care organizations.
Managed care organizations assume that quality is provided at competitive prices.
With managed care organizations taking center stage in the healthcare delivery system of the future, home care is assured a significant role in the post reform environment.
The Company delivers primary care services to over 43,000 Medicare, Medicaid and commercial beneficiaries on behalf of managed care organizations.
These new plans were created in response to the Medicare Modernization Act (MMA), which permits managed care organizations to offer health care plans to Medicare beneficiaries with special health care needs.