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Understanding Managed Care Contracts

A Practical Guide for Dental Professionals

by David H. Lees

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  • 10 Currently reading

Published by PENNWELL BOOKS .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dentistry - General,
  • Health Care Delivery,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Managed dental care,
  • United States,
  • Medical

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages271
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11173052M
    ISBN 100878147721
    ISBN 109780878147724
    OCLC/WorldCa42072306

    Analyzing and Negotiating Managed Care Agreements® is a powerful, two-day, interactive workshop with the doyenne of managed care contracting. Maria Todd. Most of her alumnae agree that they knew what they wanted to achieve, but they weren’t sure how to go about getting it. Managed care payer negotiation is not linear. Keeping the managed care billing process can easier to manage if providers will: Set up a binder or book in which to keep each contract and its summary/cover sheet. All billers need to become familiar with each contract. Correctly set up the contract provisions within the billing software.

    This thoroughly revised and updated book provides a strategic and operational resource for use in planning and decision-making. The Handbook enables readers to fine-tune operation strategies by providing updates on critical managed care issues, insights to the complex managed care environment, and methods to gain and maintain cost-efficient, high quality health services.5/5(1). Understanding managed care contracts. Klewans SN(1). Author information: (1)Grad, Logan & Klewans, P.C., Alexandria, USA. PMID: [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE] MeSH Terms. Contract Services/legislation & jurisprudence* Humans; Managed Care Programs/legislation & jurisprudence* Virginia.

      Today, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services announced the selection of Prepaid Health Plans that will participate in Medicaid managed care when the program launches in November Contracts were awarded after careful evaluation of all responses to the Request for Proposal issued by DHHS on Aug. 9, Health managed care contracts. This negotiation involves developing, evaluating and responding to rate structures, levels and contract language. The incumbent interacts with representatives of University Health Care, the University of Wisconsin Medical Foundation and external contracting entities. The incumbent is also responsible for oversight.


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Understanding Managed Care Contracts by David H. Lees Download PDF EPUB FB2

Medi‐Cal Managed Care Models • Two Plan Model:State contracts with 2 plans: a local initiative (locally developed and operated), and a commercial plan.

– Available in 14 counties, serving 3 million beneficiaries • County Organized Health System: One health plan administeredFile Size: KB.

Maria Todd's The Managed Care Contracting Handbook is a must-have book for the non-attorney health care professional negotiating managed care contracts for providers.

Todd combines a thorough discussion of managed care contracting basics with helpful hints and practical tools for contracting with all types of payor organizations all /5(12). 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.

The managed care plan then submits its grievance file, medical records and the subscriber’s managed care contract. AHCA reviews the documentation and, if appropriate, prepares the case for hearing. If a grievance is scheduled for a SAP hearing, it will be conducted via teleconference.

Managed care contracts can be a headache for any healthcare organization. However, having a plan before negotiations and during live contracts can make a big difference. Here are five points that. Many contracts require that the provider be responsible to verify the subscriber's status and obtain approval for treatment.

The provider should have the right to rely upon telephone confirmation of the enrollee's status. Mechanisms for Payment. Probably the key element of the managed care contract for the provider is the mechanism for payment. For many organizations, managed care contracts are an essential part of a sound financial strategy.

Managed care dollars can represent a significant percentage of a healthcare organization’s revenue, and successfully negotiated contracts can not only preserve revenue but yield additional dollars through new insurance products and models. When the primary care provider signs a capitation agreement, a list of specific services that must be provided to patients is included in the contract.

The amount of the capitation will be determined in part by the number of services provided and will vary from health plan to health plan, but most capitation payment plans for primary care. Chapter 2 Understanding Managed Care: Insurance Plans Chapter 3 Understanding Managed Care: Medical Contracts and Ethics Chapter 4 Introduction to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Chapter 5 ICDCM Medical Coding Chapter 6 ICDCM Medical Coding Chapter 7 Introduction to CPT® and Place of Service Coding.

facility’s contracts, agreements and critical documentation is a must. Types of Agreements Affected by Compliance Regulations Physician Employment Agreements Non-Physician Employment Agreements Vendor Contracts Affiliation Agreements Equipment: Lease, Purchase and Service Managed Care Pharmacy Agreements Real Estate Leases Research and Grant.

and vetted by the Managed Care Contracting (MCC) We present “book ends” to MCC The recommended strategy is brought to the LCPN Board for approval Negotiation updates are given to the MCC “Completed” negotiations are presented and the MCC makes a recommendation to accept or deny the proposed contract terms to the LCPN Board.

Understanding Managed Care Managed care plans are health insurance plans that contract with health care providers and medical facilities to provide care for members at lower costs. These providers are the plan's network. The network's rules decide how much of your care the plan will pay for.

Managed care is a way of providing health care that. One example of finalized managed care contracts comes from the state of Iowa where pharmacies have contracted with Medicaid managed care organizations, according to the Sioux City Journal.

Comprehensive Health Insurance- Ch Understanding Managed Care: Medical Contracts and Ethics. Chapter 4: ICDCM Medical Coding. A contract between a health insurance company and group of healthcare providers that adopt alternative payment models (e.g., capitation) and agree to take on a shared responsibility for the managed care of a defined population of patients (e.g., Medicare).

Managed Care: A system of healthcare delivery that aims to provide a generalized structure and focus when managing the use, access, cost, quality, and effectiveness of healthcare the patient to provider services. Health Maintenance Organization: An organization that provides or arranges for coverage of designated health services needed by plan members for a fixed prepaid premium.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lees, David H. Understanding managed care contracts. Tulsa, Okla.: PennWell, © (OCoLC) Document Type. Managed Care Agreement a. Description: An agreement between an entity and a managed care organization (an organization that combines at the same time both delivery and administration of health services and medical care) to outline cost, utilization, and quality of health benefits and additional services delivered to patients.

A specialist who is the general cashier who must have a complete understanding of the Explanation of Benefits documents. Managed care contracts contain a list of medical services covered in the contract under the: What other terms could a coder use for graft when using the ICDPCS coding book index: Replacement.

View a sample of this title using the ReadNow feature. If you are not an AHLA member and would like to purchase this book, click here. The Health Plans Contracting Handbook, Seventh Edition from AHLA traces the managed care contracting process from preparing to negotiate the contract, to formation and implementation, to termination issues.

It identifies key questions typically encountered in. You will understand why health care contracts are being designed in this way (wanting more for less so to speak), if you understand CAPITATION contracts – the main way that many States AND the Feds now contract with health care insurance organizations, in order to control the cost of health care.

The medical center received a $, capitation payment in January to cover healthcare cost of managed care enrollees. By the following January,$80, had been expended to cover services provided. The remaining $ is.enter into Medicaid managed care contracts with MCOs. This guide includes examples of sample managed care contract language on specific issues.

Managed care contracts define several relationships: the NF’s/ALF’s relationship with the MCO, the MCO’s relationship with the State, and the State’s relationship with the federal government.