Ambulatory encounter systems: implications for payment and quality

Published: April 1, 1993
Category: Bibliography > Papers
Authors: Goldfield N
Countries: United States
Language: null
Types: Care Management
Settings: Health Plan, Hospital

J Ambul Care Manage 16:33-49.

Many key decision makers are looking to AESs solely for purposes of payment. This approach is unfortunate because many systems could be utilized for both payment and quality management purposes. It is important that the professional quality of care community be aggressive and document, through research and practical demonstration projects, how AESs can be used for both purposes. It is only in this manner that resource consumption can be both accurately analyzed and related to quality improvement.

PMID: 10125063

Practice Patterns Comparison,Payment,Resource Utilization,Equity Evaluation,United States,Abstracting and Indexing as Topic,Ambulatory Care/economics,Ambulatory Care/standards,Diagnosis-Related Groups/classification,Insurance Claim Reporting,New York,Product Line Management/methods,Severity of Illness Index

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