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FUNDAMENTALS OF MANAGED CARE. HIV/AIDS BUREAU HEALTH RESOURCES AND SERVICES ADMINISTRATION. FUNDAMENTALS OF MANAGED CARE. 1. Managed Care Elements 2. Organizational Models 3. Continuum of Managed Care 4. Functions of MCOs 5. Collaborative Organizations

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Hiv aids bureau health resources and services administration

FUNDAMENTALS OF MANAGED CARE

HIV/AIDS BUREAU

HEALTH RESOURCES AND

SERVICES ADMINISTRATION

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Fundamentals of managed care

FUNDAMENTALS OF MANAGED CARE

1. Managed Care Elements

2. Organizational Models

3. Continuum of Managed Care

4. Functions of MCOs

5. Collaborative Organizations

6. Utilization and Quality Management

7. Information Requirements

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Hiv aids bureau health resources and services administration

MCE

  • IPA

PCCM

HMOS

MCO

THE ALPHABET SOUP OF MANAGED CARE

SSO

IDS

POS

  • MCP

PPO PHO

TPA

ISN

IPO

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Managed care elements

MANAGED CARE ELEMENTS

  • Combinesfinancing and delivery systems

  • Patients are enrolled in a managed care plan on a prepaid basis with a defined benefit package that includes preventive and primary care services

  • Patients select (or assigned) a primary care provider (PCP) who acts as a gatekeeper to coordinate specialty and hospital care

  • Utilization and clinical practice are reviewed to contain costs while improving health status

  • Providers typically paid on a capitation basis but can be paid fee-for-service (FFS)

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Organizational perspective

State (or employer)

State (or employer)

Managed Care

Organization (MCO)

Managed Care

Organization (MCO)

Inpatient

Providers

Inpatient

Providers

Primary Care

Providers

Primary Care

Providers

Specialty/Other

Providers

Specialty/Other

Providers

ORGANIZATIONAL PERSPECTIVE

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The continuum of managed care

THE CONTINUUM OF MANAGED CARE

Fee for ServiceCapitated

More Freedom of ChoiceLess Choice

More ExpensiveLess Expensive

INDEMNITY HMOS

Traditional Managed PPO POS IPA/Network Group Staff

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Hmo models

HMO MODELS

  • STAFF Physicians are employees of the HMO

  • GROUP Physicians are members of a multi-specialty or single specialty group practice which in turn contracts with the HMO

  • IPA Either the individual physician contracts directly with the HMO or the individual physician is part of a physician corporation which contracts with the HMO

  • NETWORK The HMO contracts with group practices, IPA-physician corporations and/or individual physicians

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Other managed care models

OTHER MANAGED CARE MODELS

  • POINT OF SERVICE (POS)

    • HMO offers members option to receive services from non-network providers at a reduced level of coverage

  • PREFERRED PROVIDER ORGANIZATION (PPO)

    • A system which contracts with providers at discounted fees

    • Members may seek care from non-participating providers but at higher copays or deductibles

  • MANAGED INDEMNITY

    • Fee for service insurance plan

    • Members receive services from any provider with some restrictions on utilization and cost e.g. pre-authorization; maximum fee schedule

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Functions of mcos

FUNCTIONS OF MCOs

  • MARKETING

    • Private (small, large, federal groups), Individual, Medicaid, Medicare

  • MEMBERSHIP ACCOUNTING

    • Group billing and contracts

    • Enrollment & disenrollment; pcp assignment

  • NETWORK OPERATIONS

    • Provider credentialing and contracting, provider services

  • MEMBERSHIP SERVICES

    • Inquiries, education, grievances

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Functions continued

FUNCTIONS CONTINUED

  • CLAIMS ADMINISTRATION

    • In vs Out of Network; physician vs institution

    • Incurred But Not Reported (IBNR) Claims

  • MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS

    • Reports for all departments

  • FINANCE

    • budget projections, premium calculations, capitation rates

  • UTILIZATION MANAGEMENT and QUALITY ASSURANCE

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Collaborative organizations

COLLABORATIVE ORGANIZATIONS

  • INTEGRATED SERVICE NETWORK (ISN) - a collaboration of either primary care providers (horizontal) or primary, specialty and inpatient providers (vertical) for managed care purposes

  • PHYSICIAN HOSPITAL ORGANIZATION (PHO) - legal entity between hospital & MDs to contract with MCOs

  • SHARED SERVICES ORGANIZATION (SSO) - a collaboration between several organizations, such as community health centers, to share administrative, MIS, medical management and other services in order to participate in managed care (also TPA -third party administrators)

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Utilization management

UTILIZATION MANAGEMENT

  • GOALS

    • plan members receive medically necessary & cost effective care;

    • utilization and cost patterns of participating providers are within defined limits;

    • plan meets its utilization and cost projections.

  • COMPONENTS

    • Referral Process

    • Prior or Pre-authorization:

    • Concurrent Review

    • Formulary

    • Medical Claims Review

    • Physician Selection/Physician Profiling

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Quality management

QUALITY MANAGEMENT

  • GOALS

    • Healthcare services are available, accessible & acceptable and meet defined standards for medically appropriate care

    • Participating providers meet credential criteria

    • Health outcomes monitored & meet established criteria

  • QUALITY STUDIES

    • Chart Reviews/audits

    • Incident or complaint investigation

    • Specific disease or condition investigation

    • Population wide studies

  • PROVIDER AND STAFF EDUCATION

  • PATIENT SATISFACTION SURVEYS

  • ACCESS STANDARDS REVIEW

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National committee for quality assurance ncqa

NATIONAL COMMITTEE FOR QUALITY ASSURANCE (NCQA)

  • Private, not for profit organization; goal is to assess & report on quality of MCP

  • Two Major Activities: Accreditation and HEDIS

  • Accreditation:

    • Evaluates how well a MCP manages its delivery system

    • Reviews quality improvement, physician credentialing, member’s rights & responsibilities; preventive health services; utilization management and medical records

    • Becoming a Standard - many plans are seeking NCQA credentialling and growing list of employers require it

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Hedis

HEDIS

  • Health Plan Employer Data & Information Set

    • Current version is 3.0 which includes commercial Medicaid & Medicare sectors

  • Key Performance Measures - clinical quality, access, member satisfaction, utilization and plan financial performance

  • Quality of Care Measures - include immunization rates; cervical cancer screening; asthma inpatient admission rate;

  • Only I AIDS measure in testing phase - PCP prophylaxis

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Information requirements

INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS

  • Three key areas of data:

    • Enrollment, utilization, and cost

  • Accurate and timely information is crucial

  • Data helps staff to manage utilization and risk

  • Information provides the foundation for future planning

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Types of reports

TYPES OF REPORTS

  • MEMBERSHIP

    • Accurate and timely membership report of enrolled and disenrolled members

  • CAPITATION

    • Compare capitation revenue to cost of providing service

  • AGGREGATE UTILIZATION AND COST

    • Compare projected versus actual utilization and cost

  • INDIVIDUAL PROVIDER UTILIZATION AND COST

    • Utilization and cost patterns for each primary care provider

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Selected data elements

SELECTED DATA ELEMENTS

Data ElementYou ProvideManaged Care Plan Provides

  • Member MonthsX

  • Capitation Revenue PMPM X

  • Primary Care Visits PMPM X

  • Cost of Primary Care PMPM X

  • Specialty Visits PMPM X

  • Ancillary Tests PMPMX

  • # of Primary Care Visits Per Provider X

  • # of Referrals per Provider X

  • # of Hosp/ital Admissions per ProviderX

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Ryan white programs versus mcos

RYAN WHITE PROGRAMS

public health mission

population driven

enabling services

medically and culturally appropriate providers

provide care to uninsured

accessible sites

experience with vulnerable populations

MCOs

for profit mission

market driven

mandated benefits only

cost efficient contracted providers

care only to members

“commercial” sites

experience with middle class

RYAN WHITE PROGRAMS VERSUS MCOs

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