The delivery of quality, cost-effective healthcare is a primary goal of both group healthcare and workers' compensation programs. One difference between group healthcare and workers' compensation is that workers' compensation
The paragraph below contains two pairs of terms or phrases enclosed in parentheses. Select the term or phrase in each pair that correctly completes the paragraph. Then select the answer choice containing the two terms or phrases you have chosen.
TRICARE enrollees have the right to challenge authorization and coverage decisions. Such challenges are referred to as (appeals / grievances) and are typically handled by the (TRICARE contractor / Area Field Office).
Serena Wilson, a registered nurse, is employed at a TRICARE Service Center (TSC) located at a military installation. Ms. Wilson serves as a primary point of contact between enrollees and the TRICARE system and answers enrollees' questions about plan options, eligibility, provider selection, and claims. This information indicates that Ms. Wilson serves as a
The following statement(s) can correctly be made about medical management considerations for the Federal Employee Health Benefits Program (FEHBP):
FEHBP plan members who have exhausted the health plan's usual appeals process for a disputed decision can request an independent review by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM)
All health plans that cover federal employees are required to develop and implement patient safety initiatives
Access to services is an important issue for both fee-for-service (FFS) Medicaid and managed Medicaid programs. Access to services under managed Medicaid is affected by the