2 edition of Managed care and antitrust found in the catalog.
Managed care and antitrust
by Section of Antitrust Law, American Bar Association in [Chicago, Ill.]
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Section of Antitrust Law, Health Care Committee, Task Force on Preferred Provider Organizations ; Robert J. Enders ... [et al.] ; editors, M. Elizabeth Gee, Phillip A. Proger.|
|Contributions||Enders, Robert J., Gee, M. Elizabeth., Proger, Phillip A., American Bar Association. Task Force on Preferred Provider Organizations.|
|LC Classifications||KF3825 .M36 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 130 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||130|
|LC Control Number||90083070|
Obtained an acquittal for a waste hauling corporation after an eight-week federal antitrust trial. The government had alleged a customer and geographic market allocation scheme. Defended breach of contract, unfair trade practices, and fraud claims asserted against managed care organization by financially troubled managed care subcontractor. Collaboration Among Competing Managed Care Organizations for Quality Improvement. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / conference to explore areas for potential collaboration to improve quality among competing health plans consistent with antitrust and other legal requirements. The conference was convened to.
Many other provider-sponsored managed care plans are being developed or planned. In its Annual Report to Congress, the Physician Payment Review Commission ("PPRC") found no significant problem of antitrust laws impeding the development of provider-sponsored managed care plans. Types Of Managed Care Litigation. Managed care litigation, also known as In Re Managed Care, can begin with a single claim in one state or multiple claims across the country. Health care providers and policyholders who are affected by the practices and business structures spread across plans in multiple regions under the management of an HMO have the right to pursue claims against the HMO or.
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[T]his is an excellent book Economists and laymen who care about health policy or health antitrust should read this book.”―H. Frech III, Journal of Economic Literature “Haas-Wilson carefully examines the appropriate role for government intervention in the rapidly evolving health care by: Antitrust Issues in Managed Care MCO costs for physician services decrease as MCOs gain market power; that is, as the MCOs attain economies of scale.
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Genre/Form: Legislation: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Managed care and antitrust. [Chicago, Ill.]: Section of Antitrust Law, American Bar Association. Antitrust challenges to provider mergers, as well as the antitrust implications of accountable care organizations, have been well profiled There are many other potential antitrust implications of provider conduct in today’s post-ACA marketplace Today’s seminar will cover examples of File Size: KB.
Get this from a library. Managed care and monopoly power: the antitrust challenge. [Deborah Haas-Wilson] -- "As millions of Americans are aware, health care costs continue to increase rapidly. Much of this increase is due to the development of new life-sustaining drugs and procedures, but part of it is a.
Managed Care and Monopoly Power (Hardcover) The Antitrust Challenge. Managed care and antitrust book By Deborah Haas-Wilson. Harvard University Press,pp. Publication Date: J The complaint alleged that the defendants' joint activities were aimed at keeping lower-priced managed care plans out of the Danbury market.
The resulting consent decree prohibits the defendants from negotiating on behalf of competing physicians, except under limited circumstances, and from engaging in various other anticompetitive activities. ANTITRUST ISSUES BETWEEN PAYERS AND PROVIDERS Thomas R.
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In this timely book, Haas-Wilson argues that enforcement of antitrust laws is the tool of choice in most cases to limit the growth of health care sector monopoly power.
Focusing on the economic concepts necessary to the enforcement of antitrust laws in health care markets, she provides a useful roadmap for guiding the future of these markets.
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Certain issues arise in the Medicaid managed care context that do not arise in the commercial environment. (FN2) The MCOs need to understand the legal and financial implications associated with participation in Medicaid managed care programs, as well as the special needs of the Medicaid population in this managed care context.
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The second edition of The Managed Health Care Industry—A Market Failure (referred to as Market Failure in this review) became part of the health care literature on the eve of the U.S.
Supreme Court decision on the Affordable Care Act of The book reads like the transcript of a free-flowing debate between experienced insiders. Every discipline with a stake in the outcome of the health Cited by: 1.Haas-Wilson (Smith College) carefully examines the appropriate role for government intervention in the rapidly evolving health care markets.
Her fundamental conclusion is that competitive health care markets yield generally positive outcomes and that government policy should rely on antitrust enforcement to create and preserve such competitive : Ellen B. Magenheim.Health insurance and managed health care are inventions of the 20th century.
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