2 edition of Cooperation between health systems agencies and professional standards review organizations found in the catalog.
Cooperation between health systems agencies and professional standards review organizations
University of California, San Francisco. School of Medicine. Health Policy Program.
by Health Policy Program, School of Medicine, University of California in San Francisco
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||[Lewis H. Butler, principal investigator].|
|Contributions||Butler, Lewis H.|
|LC Classifications||RA395.A3 U6 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||69, xxvi p. ;|
|Number of Pages||69|
|LC Control Number||77624029|
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The Social Security Act provides for Professional Standards Review Organizations (PSROs) “in order to promote the effective, efficient, and economical delivery of health care services of proper quality.”. Professional Standards Review Organizations (PSRO) are responsible for reviewing the medical necessity and appropriateness of inpatient admissions to hospitals and length of patient stays.
Under the post-payment monitoring program, intermediaries, such as Blue Cross and Aetna Life and Casualty sample and review 20 percent of Medicare claims for hospital services.
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Using concepts of implementation analysis, this paper examines potential outcomes of the PSRO program, the federal government's effort to assure high quality and efficiency in health services. Support for PSROs at the local level, among professional. MAKING THE HEALTH CARE SYSTEM WORK BETTER.
To contain medical costs effectively over the long-haul, however, basic reforms in the financing and delivery of care are also needed.
PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS REVIEW ORGANIZATIONS (PSRO’s) would. place health services under the review of Professional Standards Review Organizations. Health Policy Program. Title(s): Cooperation between health systems agencies and professional standards review organizations.
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organization, organisation a body of administrative officials, as of a political party, a government department, etc. Organization An arrangement of elements or interdependent parts with varied functions into a coherent and functioning entity.
centralized organization Spaces gathered around or coming together at a large or dominant central area. Standards can also help health organizations benchmark against one another on various levels. Want to be a part of the standards conversation. Whether you’re a clinician, researcher, regulator, patient, family or community member, join a technical committee or give us.
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Standards Governance and Oversight. The development of HSO standards is overseen by Standards Technical Committees. Standards also go through a public review process in which stakeholders and the public can provide feedback. Get Involved. To join a Technical Committee, visit our Standards Technical Committees page.
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raise money for community health agencies c. provide services to people affected with various diseases and conditions d. expand worksite health promotion programs. Research Article Profiles Of Innovation In Health Care Delivery Health Affairs Vol No.3 New Standards For Medical Review Organizations: Holding Them And Health Plans Accountable For Their DecisionsCited by: 1.
Professional Standards Review Organizations and Health Maintenance Organizations: Are They Compatible? Author: Clark C. Havighurst and Randall R. Bovbjerg Created Date.The programs with the next greatest budgetary allocations were in the area of health system infrastructure - health systems development, organization of health systems based on primary health care, development of human resources for health, and public information and education for health.
WHO spent $ million on these programs. Publication date Topics Professional Review Organizations, Professional standards review organizations (Medicine), Professional standards review organizations (Medicine), Medicare Publisher [Washington] Office of Policy, Planning and Research, Health Care Financing Administration, Dept.
of Health, Education, and Welfare.