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7. Institutionen im Managed-Care-Umfeld

Author: Volker Eric Amelung

Published in: Managed Care

Publisher: Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden

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Zusammenfassung

Seit die „Wall Street das Gesundheitswesen entdeckt hat“, ist nicht nur die Zeit der friedlichen Koexistenz zwischen Leistungserbringern und -finanzierern vorbei, sondern es hat sich ein völlig neuer Beratungsmarkt entwickelt.
Footnotes
1
Teilweise wird auch von Medical Service Organsations gesprochen.
 
2
Um Redundanzen zu vermeiden, soll auf gleiche Funktionen, z. B. die Möglichkeit, Verträge mit Kopfpauschalen anzunehmen, nicht nochmals eingegangen werden.
 
3
Bevölkerungsanteil der in einen Health Plan mit extrernem PBM eingeschrieben ist.
 
4
Für die ca. 65 % Erwerbstätigen der amerikanischen Bevölkerung ist inzwischen in beinahe allen Fällen der Medikamentenbedarf mitversichert. Seit 2006 erhalten auch Medicare-Versicherte Medikamentenleistungen.
 
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Metadata
Title
Institutionen im Managed-Care-Umfeld
Author
Volker Eric Amelung
Copyright Year
2022
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-12527-1_7

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