7 edition of Regulating managed care found in the catalog.
|Statement||Stuart H. Altman, Uwe E. Reinhardt, David Shactman, editors ; foreword by Steven A. Schroeder.|
|Series||Jossey-Bass health series|
|Contributions||Altman, Stuart H., Reinhardt, Uwe E., Shactman, David.|
|LC Classifications||KF1183 .R44 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxiii, 362 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||362|
|LC Control Number||99024496|
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This book also describes key legal issues health plans have to deal with and the role that public policy plays in shaping managed care today. Managed Care Organizations: Governance and Regulation was created as educational course material for a professional designation program offered by the Academy for Healthcare : Academy for Healthcare Management.
As a result of intense lobbying by consumers and health care providers, managed care organizations are under close scrutiny.
More and more frequently, states are taking assertive roles in governing managed care operations, including monitoring how they contract with providers and what types of benefits they provide to enrollees. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Regulating Managed Care: Theory, Practice, and Future Options at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5(1).
Led by Stuart Altman, Uwe Reinhardt, and David Shactman, Regulating Managed Care brings together twenty-six of the foremost health policy experts, offering the rare opportunity to listen in while.
The Challenge of Regulating Managed Care will appeal to policymakers, those in the medical field, and all readers interested in the American experience with managed care. John E. Billi is Associate Professor of Internal Medicine and Medical Education; Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs, University of Michigan Medical School; and Associate Vice President for Medical Affairs, University of : John Eugene Billi, Gail Bopp Agrawal.
The Challenge of Regulating Managed Care will appeal to policymakers, those in the medical field, and all readers interested in the American experience with managed care.
John E. Billi is Associate Professor of Internal Medicine and Medical Education; Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs, University of Michigan Medical School; and Associate Vice President for Medical Affairs, University of Michigan.
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In Regulating Managed Care, twenty-six of the nation's leading health policy experts give health care administrators, clinicians, and policy makers insight into the issues behind this critical exchange and provide leaders with a road map to assess the policy options available to protect the quality of our health care delivery system.
The California Department of Managed Health Care (DMHC) today released the Prescription Drug Cost Transparency Report for Measurement Year The report looks at the impact of the cost of prescription drugs on health plan premiums and compares this data from the first two reporting years of and Among other findings, the report.
Laws & Regulations. The Department of Managed Health Care (DMHC) administers and evaluates healthcare laws and regulations. The following sections outline these laws, including The Knox-Keene Health Care Service Plan Act, regulations, and issues.
The scope and complexity of health care regulation is the subject of a book that I recently published, entitled Health Care Regulation in America: Complexity, Confrontation and Compromise. 1 With apologies for some admitted self-promotion, I’d like to summarize my conclusions, Cited by: The Managed Health Care Handbook.
This thoroughly revised and updated book provides a strategic and operational resource for use in planning and decision-making.5/5(1). CREDENTIALING FOR MANAGED CARE: Compliant Processes for Health Plans and Delegated Entities AMY M. NIEHAUS, CPMSM, CPCS, MBA New to managed care credentialing.
Whether you work for a health plan or a hospital medical staff services department, this how-to guide answers all of your health plan credentialing and enrollment questions. Managed Care is a health care delivery system organized to manage cost, utilization, and quality. Medicaid managed care provides for the delivery of Medicaid health benefits and additional services through contracted arrangements between state Medicaid agencies and managed care organizations (MCOs) that accept a set per member per month (capitation) payment for these services.
Laws and Regulations The DHCS was created and is directly governed by California statutes (state laws) passed by the California Legislature.
These statutes grant DHCS the authority to establish its programs and adopt regulations. The Challenge of Regulating Managed Care will appeal to policymakers, those in the medical field, and all readers interested in the American experience with managed care.
John E. Billi is Associate Professor of Internal Medicine and Medical Education; Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs, University of Michigan Medical School; and Associate Vice. Regulations & Guidance Guidance.
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Centers for Medicare. The Challenge of Regulating Managed Care, by John E. Billi and Gail B. Agrawal, Editors A Note from the Series Editor This book, and the multimedia health policy series of which it is a part, is pred-icated on a central belief: That social policy is best understood through the jux-taposition of positions, perspectives, ideas, and ideologies.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: Managing the managers: an introduction to the challenge of overseeing managed care / Gail B. Agrawal --A national overview / George Anders --The stages of managed-care regulation: developing better rules / Alice A.
Noble and Troyen A. Brennan --A physician's view from the. The vehicles for these proposals might be the state insurance code, the HMO laws, state medical practice statutes, or other statutory or regulatory authorities.
Some managed care advocates favor Cited by: 7. STAR+PLUS Services. Services Available to STAR+PLUS Members. Services Included Under the MCO Capitation Payment. Long-term Services and Support Listing. Services Available to STAR+PLUS HCBS Members. MCO Service Coordination. Service Coordinators and Nursing Facilities.
The Challenge of Regulating Managed Carewill appeal to policymakers, those in the medical field, and all readers interested in the American experience with managed care.
John E. Billi is Associate Professor of Internal Medicine and Medical Education; Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs, University of Michigan Medical School; and Associate Vice. This deferral to state regulation of insurers has been somewhat altered with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of (P.L.
) to the extent that it applies certain federal minimum requirements to state-regulated insurers as well as to employer-sponsored plans, including managed care plans. A managed care expert overviews the history, structure, regulation, and issues of the complex US health care system.
This second edition work was originally published by Aspen in Much of the 4/5(1). Managing Managed Care draws evidence-based conclusions about the effectiveness of behavioral health treatments and makes recommendations that address consumer protections, quality improvements, structure and financing, roles of public and private participants, inclusion of.
The Medicaid Reference Guide is intended only to express Department policies and interpretations. The final authority remains Book 52A of McKinneys Consolidated Laws of New York and Title 18 of the Codes, Rules and Regulations of the State of New York.
Summary: From policy to practicality, this work examines the regulation of managed care. It provides background on the issue, summarizes key survey findings on how Americans feel about managed care, reviews what areas are thought to need regulation, and examines the effect of proposed regulation.
Abstract The growth of managed care has prompted numerous questions about its effect on the quality of health care. This paper reviews evidence on the effects of managed care on quality. Most comparisons of care for patients in different plans within similar markets suggest that there is little systematic difference in quality between HMOs and other managed care plans and non‐managed‐care Cited by: COVID Resources.
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Below is a summary of the key federal managed care accountability requirements, reflecting the changes that will be implemented under the new regulations.
Waiver and state plan amendment review. As noted above, states can implement managed care in their Medicaid. First, states will increase the geographies that are placed into managed care. When states initially rolled out managed care, they focused on regions in the state with higher concentrations of membership and healthcare providers, as well as on specific Medicaid programs and populations, such as beneficiaries of the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program.
of Overseeing Managed Care 3 Gail B. Agrawal 2. A National Overview 18 George Anders 3. The Stages of Managed-Care Regulation: Developing Better Rules 29 Alice A. Noble and Troyen A. Brennan Part 2. Views from the Trenches: Patients and Providers 4.
A Physician’s View. Managed Care Pharmacy Practice, Second Edition offers information critical to the development and operation of a managed care pharmacy program. The text also covers the changes that have taken place within the delivery of pharmacy services, as well as the evolving role of pharmacists.
I explain why it is that I and other executives of for-profit managed behavioral health care organizations, traditionally advocates of market-based approaches to accountability, have begun to support some versions of regulation by the national government in order to restore consumer confidence in the credibility of managed health by: 7.
(a) Who must provide disclosures. The Medicaid agency must obtain disclosures from disclosing entities, fiscal agents, and managed care entities. (b) What disclosures must be provided.
The Medicaid agency must require that disclosing entities, fiscal agents, and managed care entities provide the following disclosures: (1) (i) The name and address of any person (individual or corporation) with.
1. Authority and Purpose. This regulation is promulgated pursuant to Section (d) of Ti Delaware Code. Pursuant to Section (a)(4) of Title XIX of the Social Security Act (42 U.S.C. §a(4)) and 42 C.F.R. § et.
seq., the states are authorized to administer Medicaid through Medicaid managed care organizations (each an “MMCO”).Common managed care terms and their meaning. Adherence (also called Compliance) The ability of a patient to take a medication or follow a treatment protocol according to the prescriber’s instructions; a patient taking the prescribed dose of medication at the prescribed frequency for the prescribed length of time for at least 80% of the time.STAR Kids Screening and Assessment.
Assessment of Medical Necessity for Community First Choice. Assessment of Medical Necessity for the Medically Dependent Children Program. Member Reassessment. Reassessment of Medical Necessity or Level of Care. Member Service Planning and Authorization.