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a cause of distress or anxiety

careful forethought to avoid harm or risk

the function of watching, guarding, or overseeing

the systematic application of remedies to effect a cure

to have an objection

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care for: to have the care and supervision of

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judiciousness in avoiding harm or danger

an anxious feeling

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a cause for feeling concern

attention and management implying responsibility for safety

prefer or wish to do something

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be concerned with

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Traditional managed care brought many positive things to the health-care industry over the past three decades, including improved quality of care and reduced costs, Domaszewicz said.
Despite these issues, some physicians do admit that managed care has done some good.
They caution that managed care is as unpredictable and chaotic as ever, but our five experts do their best to tell you how they think it'll all play out in the near term.
Managed care can contribute to infection control programs in several ways.
The managed care industry itself is aware of these issues.
Baker, PhD, of Stanford University in Stanford, California, looked at the relationship between increasing market penetration by managed care organizations--specifically HMOs--and fee-for-service Medicare payments.
An explanation of how managed care proliferated through massive government intervention in health care or that Medicare's open-ended payments practically invited fraud from patients and doctors, driving medical costs up, would provide readers with critical information about how government health-care policies affect their lives.
First, participants in managed care plans are typically assigned a primary care physician (PCP).
Joe Coates, a futurist with Coates & Jarratt in Washington, DC, has a less sanguine view of the continued growth of managed care, however.
It is imperative for today's health care practitioners to be actively involved in "managing the business of health care" because of significant changes caused by the growing trend toward managed care.
A new study establishes a baseline for measuring emerging industry issues and trends that will define the managed care pharmacy environment of the future.
THE CONSUMER-DRIVEN health care movement--a powerfully attractive concept that is rapidly drawing support from pragmatists on both sides of the political spectrum--is gaining momentum at a time when managed care appeared to be in charge of our nation's health care delivery.
At a time when managed care was moving to dominate hospitals and physician practices, long-term care stood serenely off to the side.
Take steps to keep managed care insurance plans in line
The managed care model, in its simplest form, is the application of business principles to the delivery of medical services which are both effective and efficient.
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