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HMOHealth Maintenance Organization
HMOHouse in Multiple Occupation (UK)
HMOHealth Management Organization
HMOHome Media Option (TiVo)
HMOHadassah Medical Organization (Israel)
HMOHermanus Magnetic Observatory
HMOHear Me Out (chat)
HMOHealthcare Maintenance Organization
HMOHermosillo, Sonora, Mexico - General Ignacio Pesqueira Garcia (Airport Code)
HMOHand Money Over
HMOHibbert Moneymaking Organization (The Simpsons cartoon)
HMOHazardous Materials Operation(s)
HMOHabitat Module Outfitting
HMOHeavy Machine Operator
HMOHydro Mechanical Obliteration (Colson's weed removal by high-pressure water jet)
HMOHigh Mobility Operations
HMOHealing Music Organization
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29, 1973, President Richard Nixon signed the HMO Act of 1973 into law.
Nearly every Medicare HMO in California offers drug coverage, but 15 percent got top ratings.
The HMO idea's impact stemmed from its simplicity and its attack on what everybody agreed was a terrible problem: out of control health care costs.
This need can best be fulfilled through organizations such as Social HMOs.
At a time when providers are being encouraged by the federal government to start up managed care organizations, HMOs have been announcing their departure from the market.
The HMO practice of routinely demanding patient medical records from doctors is also expanding the vast audience looking at patient records.
Unfortunately, HIV-positive individuals at HMOs still run the risk of ending up with general practitioners who haven't kept abreast of changes in HIV treatment.
TX 10 IPA Welborn Health Plans, IN 9 Staff North Central Health Protection Plan, WI 24 IPA Rockford Health Plans, IL 16 Network HealthSource Maine, ME 10 IPA Blue Plus, MN 21 IPA Physicians Health Plan, MI 14 IPA Blue Shield of California HMO, CA 8 Group/IPA Total Tax Status Enrollment DAKOTA CARE, SD For-profit 19,819 Advantage Care, KY For-profit 21,818 Trigon Blue Cross Blue Shield, VA For-profit 21,583 United Health Care of Texas, Inc.
From 1992 to 1997, seven in 10 Americans who left traditional indemnity plans went to preferred provider plans or point-of-service plans, which are less restrictive than traditional HMOs.
For Montclair, the HMO suggested 40% of full capitation be allocated to outside specialists.
Besides Kaiser, large HMO chains that experienced growth in 1989 included Blue Cross/Blue Shield, the HMO Group, United HealthCare, Humana, Foundation Health Corp.