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1. Goal-managed care, use goal that he gave us in class. 2. Key aspects, pick 5 and compare to fee-for-service. Many are the same. *When he asks us to refer to a reading, the cases DO NOT count. Refer to readings for EVERY question, not each part, just main idea 3. Differences are from a patient standpoint Perceptual data: based on perception, fuzzy. Always depends on how one is feeling at the time Objective data: something you can concretely measure. Doesn’t matter how someone is feeling HMO models: staff, IPA, PSO (able to draw visuals) (Fox reading): HD-HSA: consumer-driven plans. Set up so that all risk falls on the individual. Create health savings account, makes money, when you get sick you pay out-of-pocket up to a point from that account. “fee for service” up until a cap, or when you need “catastrophic” service. Weakness: only available to a small percentage of the population. Deductibles are insanely high. Strength: in charge of your own health insurance, what you pay, how you use it. PPO: more expensive than a HMO.
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course PA 432 taught by Professor Provan during the Spring '08 term at University of Arizona- Tucson.

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