5 edition of Managed Care and the Evalutation and Adoption of Emerging Medical Technologies found in the catalog.
April 25, 2000
by RAND Corporation
Written in English
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As with any novel agent for rare diseases, the treatment adoption and coverage criteria for rare disease therapy such as this presents challenges for managed care decision makers. Both managed. Medical Book Social Work Practice in Community-Based Health Care Social Work Practice in Community-Based Health Care is a comprehensive guide to the knowledge and skills needed to provide effective and efficient practice within a managed-care context that’s focused on a diversified, aging consumer population and high-risk health conditions. This unique book examines the essential .
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Managed Care and the Evaluation and Adoption of Emerging Medical Technologies (MR / Rand Corporation) (Conference Proceedings): Medicine & Price: $ Selective adoption of new technologies is crucial in the quest to control health care costs while preserving or enhancing the quality of care.
This report focuses on evaluation and adoption of innovative procedures and medical devices by managed care organizations (MCOs). Managed Care and the Evalutation and Adoption of Emerging Medical Technologies: Executive Summary - Kindle edition by Garber, Steven, Meili, Robin, Ridgely, Susan M., Taylor, Roger S.
Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. This report focuses on adoption of innovative medical technologies by managed care organizations (MCOs). the project had two primary objectives: (1) to understand current processes MCOs use for making coverage, medical-necessity, and payment decisions involving emerging medical technologies, and how device developers and manufacturers prepare.
Managed Care and the Evaluation and Adoption of Emerging Medical Technologies New medical technologies — pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and procedures — often allow great improvements in the outcomes of medical care, but they are also widely believed to be a Cited by: 3.
In addition, the spread of managed care in the US have had some negative effects on the adoption of medical technologies .
However, the bandwagon pressure leading to the acceleration of the. Abstract. Increasing managed care activity could influence the adoption and diffusion of new medical technologies. This paper empirically examines the relationship between HMO market share and the diffusion of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) equipment.
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Managed care, also called managed health care, type of health insurance and system of delivering health care services that is intended to minimize costs.
Managed care is specific to health care in the United States. History of managed care. The origins of managed care in the United States can be traced to the late 19th century, when a small number of physicians in several U.S.
cities began. Managed care is "an organized system of care which attempts to balance access, quality, and cost effectively by using utilization management, intensive case management, provider selection, and cost-containment methods" (CSAT, d).
Despite the antipathy that many public sector health care providers feel toward managed care, those providers are actually striving toward the same ends using.
Title(s): Managed care and the evaluation and adoption of emerging medical technologies/ Steven Garber [et al.]. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Santa Monica, CA: RAND, adoption against the benefits he expects, but ex post, these fixed costs are irrelevant because a great part of them have been sunk and cannot be recovered.
This argument in turn implies two stylized facts about the adoption of new technologies: first, adoption is usually an. Synopsis This book focuses on how a distinctly American product--managed care--got its start, how it works, and what needs to be adjusted in the future.
As Birenbaum makes clear, this book. Downloadable. Managed care activity may alter the incentives associated with the acquisition and use of new medical technologies, with potentially important implications for health care costs, patient care, and outcomes.
This paper discusses mechanisms by which managed care could influence the adoption of new technologies and empirically examines the relationship between HMO market share and. general managed care terminology. For example: Medical necessity is a term that came out of commercial and Medicaid managed care terminology, and is used to mean the general test a service must meet in order to be provided or paid for, that is, no service should be provided if, it is not “medically necessary,” for that client.
Managed care health plans, particularly health maintenance organizations (HMOs), have been shown to reduce the level of health care spending. Downloadable. Increasing managed care activity could influence the adoption and diffusion of new medical technologies.
This paper empirically examines the relationship between HMO market share and the diffusion of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) equipment. Across markets, increases in HMO market share are associated with slower diffusion of MRI into hospitals between andand.
The Use of Technology Assessment by Hospitals, Health Maintenance Organizations, and Third-Party Payers in the United States - Volume 11 Issue 1 - Bryan R. Luce, Ruth E. Brown. Managed Care and Technology Adoption in Health Care: Evidence from Magnetic Resonance Imaging Laurence C.
Baker. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in November NBER Program(s):Health Care, Productivity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship. Increasing managed care activity could influence the adoption and diffusion of new medical technologies.
With two evolutions of the definition of the term “managed care” over the last four decades, a third one now will be emerging as the healthcare industry is beginning to focus on population health management and well-care.
If indeed such focus becomes the primary direction supported by the insurers, providers, and most importantly, the. Among the many questions raised by growth in managed care is the impact it will have on the development, adoption, and use of new medical technologies.
The US health care system has been characterized for many decades by rapid technological progress, fueled in part by a reimbursement system that generously payed for the development and use of.