1 edition of HMO Enrollment Data... U.S.GAO... May 25, 1995. found in the catalog.
HMO Enrollment Data... U.S.GAO... May 25, 1995.
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Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO reviewed the factors affecting Medicare risk health maintenance organization (HMO) enrollment, focusing on: (1) the patterns in HMO enrollment and Medicare payment rates; (2) selected geographical areas with higher enrollment, lower payment rates and areas with lower enrollment, higher payment rates; and (3) how the presence or absence of.
Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO provided information on the: (1) number of Medicare beneficiaries enrolling in health maintenance organizations (HMO); and (2) factors that influence beneficiaries' decisions to enroll in found that: (1) about million Medicare beneficiaries are enrolled in risk-contract HMO and another 2 percent are enrolled in cost-reimbursement HMO; (2.
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Furthermore, many states chose to build upon. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. Medicaid Managed Care Payment Methods and Capitation Rates: Results of a National Survey by John Holahan Suresh Rangarajan Matthew Schirmer.
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The BLS data indicated that health maintenance organization (HMO) plans were more likely to cover hospice than other plans (69 percent versus 43 percent, respectively). A separate BLS survey of state and local government employers reported that 64 percent offered hospice coverage in (BLS, ).Author: End-of-Life Care for Children, Their Families, Marilyn J.
Field, Richard E. Behrman. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Instead, HCFA collects information only for its internal use—records of each HMO's premium requirements and benefit offerings, enrollment and disenrollment data (monthly reports specifying for each HMO the number of beneficiaries that joined and left that month), records of enrollees' complaints, and results of certification visits to HMOs.
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