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The Assistant Secretary of the Army for Manpower and Reserve Affairs (ASA[M&RA]) assumed oversight of all MHO operations, and created a MHO Tiger Team.
Recognizing that TRICARE access standards were insufficient to meet the access needs of MHO Soldiers, LTG Peake mandated enhanced access standards for MHO patients.
For this study there were three separate audiotaped hour-long interviews with two different MHOs. Both MHOs have had years of experience in this decision-making process and function on the supervisory level of the clinic.
Besides being asked to trace the decision-making process, the MHOs were asked two specific questions: (1) Which data (if any) about a soldier would precipitate a definite decision to discharge him or her from the army, regardless of other data?
The extensive self-reported information on the MHOS can be used to compare HRQOL differences between cancer survivors, cancer patients, and the general elderly population enrolled in MCOs, as well as differences within these groups by demographic, socio-economic status, and type of MCO health plan.
The MHOS contains limited information about cancers; there are only questions that ask if the person has been diagnosed with any of the major cancers (colorectal, lung, breast, and prostate).
MHO Networks, a provider of high-speed data services, has been witnessing expansion of its visibility in the markets of Southern California, San Francisco Bay Area, Dallas and Phoenix, and it will be able to boost the awareness of the brand and its alternative technology with the newly announced partnership with WTG.
Among the survey items available on the MHOS, the current analysis focused on demographic characteristics, self-reported chronic medical conditions (other than cancer), and a standardized HRQOL measure.
We used three MHOS smoking questions: (1) Have you ever smoked at least 100 cigarettes in your entire life?
The primary goals for the collection of MHOS data was for CMS to evaluate the performance of the managed care plans under contract with CMS, to promote quality improvement, and to empower beneficiaries with the knowledge of program performance to make plan selections (Jones, Jones, and Miller, 2004).
Available literature suggests that 12-step MHO participation is a predictor of better treatment outcomes.
Some DTTBs leave their areas for different reasons, but at least they stay within the field of public health, either working for the provincial health office, as an MHO in another area, or, as in my case, working for a nongovernment organization.