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Name: Owen Johnson Class: HETH4212 Trends & Issues September 10, 2015 Dropbox Assignment Chapters 19 & 20 Combined - Managed Care Organizations (MCO) This is the word for word copy of the question/instructions Dropbox Case Study As a dependent on your parent’s insurance plan, you recently graduated from college and was offered a full-time health care management position. When you started to complete her human resource (HR) application, the HR manager asked you what type of health care plan you selected. You had no idea because you had always been treated under your parents’ policies and never thought about what you may need. Your new employer offered several different health care plans: fee for service, Health Maintenance Organization (HMO), Preferred Provider Organizations (PPO), and Point-Of-Service (POS) plans. These plans all appear confusing and unclear making it difficult to select the best plan. Please research the different types of healthcare insurance plans there are and complete the assignment below. Dropbox Assignment/Activity: Identify and explain, in no less than 450 words, the differences between each of the healthcare plans covered in chapter 9 and make a recommendation as to which healthcare plan best suit your personal situation. Title: Managed Care Organizations and How They Work Chapter 9 discusses mostly network-based managed care organizations (MCOs) which
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  • Fall '15
  • Adil
  • preferred provider organization, Health maintenance organization, Niles

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