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Provider sponsored organizations

emerging opportunities for growth

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Published by Aspen Publishers in Gaithersburg, Md .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Medicare.,
    • Provider-sponsored organizations (Medical care) -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statement[edited by] Allan Fine, Colleen E. Dowd.
      ContributionsFine, Allan., Dowd, Colleen E.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsRA412.3 .P76 1998
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 260 p. :
      Number of Pages260
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL367947M
      ISBN 100834211777
      LC Control Number98028499

        Thirty-seven provider-sponsored health plans have formed since , and only four were profitable in The Issue. An historical analysis of provider-sponsored plans finds a difficult market led to heavy financial losses and plan exits. Provider sponsored organizations: emerging opportunities for growth. Fine A(1), Dowd CE. Author information: (1)Ernst & Young, Chicago, IL, USA. As providers struggle to identify mechanisms to serve the Medicare population, the Medicare program continues to : Fine A, Dowd Ce.

      2 Provider-sponsored plans were identified by using the list contained in the AIS Directory of Health Plans. Some current provider-sponsored parent organizations could have had contracts with pre effective dates that are no longer active. 3 Avalere analysis of October MA Contract file. 0 20 40 60 80 File Size: KB. An advantage of a provider-sponsored PHR might be that much of the data collected by the provider would be automatically downloaded in the PHR; the consumer would not need to input it. However, a disadvantage might be that the consumer would not be able to include information from outside providers not connected or in practice with the ones.

        Application of solvency requirements to provider-sponsored organizations and Medicaid provider service networks. (1) The solvency requirements of ss. and of the Balanced Budget Act of and 42 C.F.R. s. , subpart H, apply to a health maintenance organization that is a provider-sponsored organization rather than the. Provider-sponsored health plans Positioned to win the health insurance market shift Spurred by the launch of health insurance marketplaces and the transition to value-based care, many health systems are developing strategies to establish or expand their own health plans.


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Provider Sponsored Organizations: Medicine & Health Science Books @ hor: Allan Fine. The history of PSOs. The concept of provider sponsored organizations (PSOs) emerged in the s, when insurers were increasingly pressuring provider groups to cut health care by: 2.

After provider-sponsored plans became widespread in the s and s, a few organizations' plans have stood the test of time: Kaiser Permanente in Oakland, Calif.

Provider sponsored organizations (PSOs) are health care delivery networks owned and operated by providers. They contract to deliver health care services to licensed health plans, self-insured employers, and other group purchasers.

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Meaning of provider-sponsored organizations. What does provider-sponsored organizations mean. Information and translations of provider-sponsored organizations in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web. PSO (Provider-Sponsored Organization) A Provider-Sponsored Organization (PSO) is a type of managed care plan that is operated by a group of doctors and hospitals that form a network of providers within which you must stay to receive coverage for your care.

People with Medicare can choose to get their Medicare benefits through a PSO. This type of plan is not available in most. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Grant, Peter N.

Medicare provider-sponsored organizations. Chicago, Ill.: AHA Press, © (OCoLC) Provider-sponsored health plans have gained popularity among hospitals and health systems in the U.S., as doing so allows the provider organization to plan benefits specifically for their.

The National Directory of Managed Care Organizations provides detailed profiles of health maintenance organizations (HMOs), preferred provider organizations (PPOs), specialty HMOs and PPOs, point of service plans (POSs), exclusive provider organizations (EPOs), peer review organizations (PROs), third party administrators (TPAs), utilization review organizations Format: Paperback.

Provider Sponsored Organizations. The Maryland Certificate of Authority for health maintenance organizations, limited health service organizations, and provider sponsor organizations expires annually on November The Certificate of Authority should be renewed online between November 1 and November 30 in accordance with § (b) of the.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for J-B AHA Press: Medicare Provider-Sponsored Organizations: A Practical Guide to Development and Certification by Peter N. Grant and William Reece Hirsch (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay.

Free shipping for many products. A provider-sponsored organization (PSO) is a managed care contracting and delivery organization consisting of a group of doctors, hospitals, and other health care providers who accept full risk for beneficiaries' lives.

Therefore, PSO provides its services in return for a fixed payment per month for each medicare beneficiary assigned to it. Provider Sponsored Organizations: A Golden Opportunity in Medicare Managed Care Physicians and other providers will soon have a chance to bypass the middleman and compete in managed Medicare.

Definitions for provider-sponsored organizations. provider-sponsored organizations. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm: Contents: Introduction / Allan Fine and Colleen E.

Dowd --Ch. ng a Vision and Goals / Allan Fine --Ch. er Sponsored Organizations: Providers Searching for Opportunity / Bruce M. Fried and Janice H. Ziegler --Ch. al Success Factors for. Decem - Provider-sponsored health plans (PSHPs) are seen as a way for provider organizations to compete with commercial payers while.

In the fast moving world of risk bearing, managed health care entities, a new player has emerged, namely "provider-sponsored organizations" (or PSOs). These companies, in addition to HMOs, will be able to contract on a full risk basis with Medicare to provide services to Medicare specifically, PSOs are the creation of the Balanced Budget Act of (the Act).

APPLICATION FOR CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY MEDICARE PLUS CHOICE PROVIDER SPONSORED ORGANIZATIONS (PSO) This package is designed to assist individuals in preparing the application with all the information required by statute and to facilitate expeditious processing of the application by this Office.

provider sponsored organization (pso) A group of doctors, hospitals, and other health care providers that agree to give health care to Medicare beneficiaries for a set amount of money from Medicare every month.

The book serves as a practical guide for hospital and health system executives considering, or in the early stages of, implementing a provider-sponsored health plan (PSHP) for their organizations. We refer to these entities as Provider-Sponsored Organizations (PSOs).

The primary sources of the information used for this report were interviews with regulators, hospital and physician association representatives, and managed care industry representatives in nine selected states.RE: Pro vider-Sponsored Organizations—Proposed Bill. You asked for a preliminary analysis of Raised Bill which would regulate provider-sponsored organizations.

SUMMARY. The bill specifically regulates provider sponsored organizations (called “provider sponsored integrated health delivery networks” in the proposed legislation).Provider-sponsored organizations: the state of the market. Francoeur A(1), Tompkins RK.

Author information: (1)Tompkins Group, Baltimore, MD, USA. The Balanced Budget Act of introduced the Medicare+Choice program, which expanded the types of organizations that could assume Medicare prepaid capitated : Francoeur A, Tompkins Rk.