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17. Akzeptanz von Managed Care

Author: Volker Eric Amelung

Published in: Managed Care

Publisher: Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden

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Zusammenfassung

Die Versicherten bzw. Patienten stehen einer Versorgung durch Managed Care tendenziell skeptisch gegenüber. Managed Care verlangt von den Versicherten/Patienten eine Einschränkung der Wahlfreiheit des Arztes und der möglichen Behandlungen und die Übernahme einer größeren Verantwortung für die eigene Gesundheit, was von ihnen vielleicht gar nicht gewünscht wird. Treffend formuliert (Robinson, 2001, S. 2623): „Consumers experience managed care’s cost control strategies in form of barriers to access, administrative complexity, and the well-articulated frustration of their caregivers.“
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Metadata
Title
Akzeptanz von Managed Care
Author
Volker Eric Amelung
Copyright Year
2022
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-12527-1_17

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