5 edition of The psychiatrist"s guide to capitation and risk-based contracting found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 95-96).
|Statement||American Psychiatric Association, Office of Economic Affairs and Practice Management.|
|Contributions||American Psychiatric Association. Office of Economic Affairs and Practice Management.|
|LC Classifications||RC465.6 .P778 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||107 p. :|
|Number of Pages||107|
|LC Control Number||97012762|
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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 . The Psychiatrist's Guide to Capitation and Risk-Based Contracting provides the tools that will allow clinicians to navigate this complex process and develop a successful capitated program. It includes an overview of the primary financial, administrative, and clinical issues involved in Format: Taschenbuch.
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Book Summary: The title of this book is The Psychiatrist's Guide to Capitation and Risk-Based Contracting (APA Managed Care Monograph) and it was written by American Psychiatric of Economic Affairs and Practice particular edition is in a Paperback format.
This books publish date is and it has a Pages: The psychiatrist's guide to capitation and risk-based contracting. [American Psychiatric Association.
Office of Economic Affairs and Practice Management.;] The book provides the tools that will allow clinicians to navigate this process and develop a. The continuing ability of MCOs to deliver and pay network providers to deliver services and supports is obviously of critical importance to consumers.
There are no federal solvency standards for risk-based managed care plans even in the health care field; though, the Health Care Financing Administration recently issued a guide on the subject.
The six-month review of the capitation amounts was designed to assist both the IPA and physicians. It allowed the IPA to compare previous costs of service under a relative value scale with the cost of capitation and make adjustment up or down.
Achieving a positive outcome with group capitation requires controlling clinical variation. Capitation is a fixed amount of money per patient per unit of time paid in advance to the physician for the delivery of health care services.
The actual amount of money paid is determined by the ranges of services that are provided, the number of patients involved, and the period of time during which the services are provided.
The financial benefits and risks associated with caring for a panel of patients flow directly to the physician. Under 3-tiered capitation, the plan contracts with an intermediary group that in turn has considerable latitude over how physicians are paid, 19 either by capitation, FFS, salary, or a combination.
The advantages of 3-tiered Cited by: 1. J Health Adm Educ. Fall;5(4) Risk-based capitation payments for health care: a survey of the literature. Rossiter LF. This article provides a synthesis of the literature on risk-based capitation payments for health services and a Cited by: 3.
issues in setting medicaid Capitation rates for integrated Care plans f many states serve persons dually eligible for medicare and medicaid through risk-based managed care plans that integrate medicare and medicaid services, and several more states have proposed new capitated models under the CentersFile Size: 1MB.
for future extensions of capitation under Medicare. History and current status of Medicare capitation Early history Between the enactment of the original Medicare legislation in and the present time, Medicare has offered a number of different contracting options to HMO's wishing to participate in the Medicare Size: 1MB.
Value-Based Payments in Medicaid Managed Care: An Overview of State Approaches. By Tricia Leddy, Tricia McGinnis, and Greg Howe, Center for Health Care Strategies.
ith more than half of all Medicaid beneficiaries receiving services via managed care organizations (MCOs), states are increasingly using MCO contracts as a vehicle to changeFile Size: KB. Capitation products are essentially insurance contracts which shift risk to the provider accepting the capitation premium.
This paper draws parallels between relatively new healthcare products and services designed to respond to risks brought on by capitation and well-established productsFile Size: 1MB.
Psychiatrist’s Guide to Practice Management, The Psychiatrist’s Managed Care Primer, The Psychiatrist’s Guide to Capitation and Risk-Based Contracting, and Public Mental Health: A Changing System in an Era of Managed Care. We have provided a bibliography in the back of the handbook of the books we’ve.
Psychiatrist's Guide to Capitation and Risk-Based Contracting / American Psychiatric Association / Psychiatrist's Guide to Managed Care Contracting / American Psychiatric Association / Living with Medicine: A Family Guide / Mary Evelyn C. Smith / DSM-IV Options Book / AUTHOR / contracting medical center.
• Contracting Medical Center - The medical center that has contracted with an HMO to provide inpatient services and/or medical center outpatient services for HMO members on a risk-based capitation fee basis.
• Contract Period - The period for which premium rates are fixed by contract, typically one year. Transferring functions to physicians. In many places, the trend now is for HMOs and other payers to transfer as much work to the physicians as possible — including claims payment, physician credentialing, quality improvement, preventive measures, satisfaction polling, utilization review — even pharmacy.
The capitation payment is equal to 95 percent of the average adjusted per capita cost (AAPCC) that Medicare spends in the existing fee-for-service system, within defined geographic by: Capitation based funding is inherently less expensive than FFS.
That is, until you consider the fact that shadow billing is still a likely requirement with Capitation in order to maintain a stream of rich data to monitor practice patterns. This indeed is the case for many physicians currently remunerated by Capitation methods in Ontario Non-risk-based managed care plans are typically paid a fixed administrative fee, rather than a capitation payment.
These payments must be no more than what the state would have paid for services under traditional FFS plus the net savings of administrative costs the Medicaid agency achieves by contracting with the plan (42 CFR ).File Size: 1MB.
accepting risk-based payments would likely need to participate under Payment Option 2 (described below). After the partial capitation program has been implemented for providers with previous experience in managing risk-based payments, CMS should open the program to providers which do not have such experience, but which demonstrate that they haveFile Size: KB.
“Medicaid capitation rates are “actuarially sound” if, for business for which the certification is being prepared and for the period covered by the certification, projected capitation rates and other revenue sources provide for all reasonable, appropriate, and attainable costs.
For purposes of this definition, other revenue sources include. Health-Based Capitation Risk Adjustment in Minnesota Public Health Care Programs Gregory A.
Gifford, Ph.D., Kevan R. Edwards, M.A., and David J. Knutson This article documents the history and implementation of health-based capitation risk adjustment in Minnesota public health care programs, and identifies key imple mentation issues.• Most already taking partial capitation from MCOs for (PCP, pharmacy, ED, diagnostics, specialty and in some cases BH) with stop loss • MCO upside shared savings for inpatient • Year added P4P for certain HEDIS preventive and chronic disease management parameters tied to MCO premium withholds.This chapter discusses some of the major trends in managed care and their implications for behavioral health care: (1) the increasing rate of growth of managed care, (2) the rapid expansion in the use of managed care systems by public-sector populations, (3) the role of purchasers in managing costs, and (4) the recognition of quality assurance.