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MSO

(1) (Multiple System Operator) Typically refers to a cable TV organization that owns more than one cable system, but it may refer to an operator of only one system.

(2) (Multiple Services Operator) An organization that provides more than one type of communications service, such as Internet access, TV and phone. See triple play.

(3) See Microsoft Office.
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In another instance, a physician led the development of what proved to be a profitable, highly workable management service organization for hospital-based physicians.
Through the collaboration, WLA - a full-service management service organization - is adding Misys EMR(R), an award winning product offering, to the solutions it offers medical practices to enable WLA's physicians and medical practices to streamline productivity and maximize profitability.
Most recently, Matheis was the chief executive at Advocate Health Partners in Chicago where he was responsible for the Management Service Organization and insurer contracting effort for eight Advocate Physician Hospital Organizations.
First Solutions Insurance Services provides benefit and risk management services and is in partnership with Managed Care Systems, LP, a management service organization servicing more than 70,000 members through its health insurance and behavioral health products.
Participating physicians benefit from the local management structure provided by Critical Care Management (CCM) LLC, a Management Service Organization (MSO) created by SEPA.
In the action, OrthAlliance seeks a judgment that its service agreements are valid under the Board's rules and a Texas statute that protects a dentist's right to contract with a management service organization, such as OrthAlliance.
He is also a member of the CEP Executive Management team and serves on the Board of MedAmerica, the management service organization wholly owned by CEP.
Alverno supports seven acute care facilities which include a total of 12 campuses with over 3,400 licensed beds; multiple home health entities providing more than 400,000 annual visits, hospice care services, ambulatory care clinics, and management service organization (MSO) initiatives in Indiana and Illinois.
According to the Medical Group Management Association's (MGMA) newly released Management Services Organization Performance Survey, more management service organizations (MSOs) are edging closer to the break-even point, but there is still need for improvement.

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