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MCEMSS (Mobile Servicing System) Control Equipment
MCEMedia Center Edition (Microsoft Windows XP)
MCEMedia Center Extender (Windows)
MCEMaster of Civil Engineering (various universities)
MCEMerry Christmas Everyone
MCEMandatory Continuing Education
MCEMiddle Childhood Education (various organizations)
MCEMachine Check Exception
MCEMa Chaine Etudiante (French TV channel)
MCEMajor Cities of Europe
MCEMinisterial Council on Energy (Australia)
MCEMicrosoft Certified Educator
MCEMid Cycle Enhancement
MCEMedia Center Edition
MCEMy Custom Edition
MCEMedical Center East (various locations)
MCEMaryland Cooperative Extension
MCEMulticast Coordination Entity
MCEMissing Children Europe (est. 2001)
MCEMaternal Calving Ease (cattle breeding)
MCEMorgridge College of Education (University of Denver; Denver, CO)
MCEMixed Cellulose Ester (air sampling filter media)
MCEManagement Centre Europe
MCEManaged Care Entity (various locations)
MCEMaryland Correctional Enterprises (Maryland Division of Correction)
MCEMunicipal Chief Executive (Ghana)
MCEMaximum Credible Earthquake
MCEMinimum Classification Error
MCEManually Coded English
MCEMotor Control Equipment
MCEMission Control Element
MCEMulti Commodity Exchange
MCEMagnetocaloric Effect
MCEMaximum Credible Event
MCEModular Control Equipment
MCEMulti-Channel Enterprise (business model)
MCEMaurits Cornelis Escher (1898-1972 artist)
MCEMotion Control Engineering, Inc.
MCEMapping and Charting Establishment (Canada)
MCEMercado Comum Europeu
MCEMitsubishi Chemical Europe (Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Corporation; Tokyo, Japan)
MCEMalnad College of Engineering (Hassan, Karnataka, India.)
MCEMid-America Commodity Exchange
MCEMusic Choice Europe (London, England)
MCEMultivariate Composite Estimator
MCEMississippi Cooperative Extension
MCEMechanism Control Electronics
MCEMy Custom Edition (photography software)
MCEMagnetic Component Engineering, Inc.
MCEMinimum Current Estimate
MCEMitotic Clonal Expansion
MCEModular Control Element
MCEMotor Circuit Evaluator
MCEMain Component Element
MCEMaster Control Estimate
MCEMobile Computing Equipment
MCEMSS Control Equipment
MCEMovement Control Element
MCEManeuver Commander's Environment
MCEMinimum Contrast Estimator
MCEMonitor and Control Electronics
MCEMarist College Eastwood (Australia)
MCEManeuver Control Evaluation
MCEMission Critical Enclosure (Aegis system)
MCEMucociliary Escalator
MCEMotor Control Electronic
MCEMobile Care Engine (Mobile Diagnostix Inc.)
MCEMean Contaminant Concentration in Effluent
MCEMerced, CA, USA - Merced Municipal Airport (Airport Code)
MCEMaximum Earthquake Considered
MCEMinimum Chernoff Entropy
MCEModern Chess Endings
MCEManual Card Encoder
MCEModern Christian Era
MCEMacintosh Components Engineered (Irvine, CA)
MCEMission Capability Enhancement
MCEMedical Care Evaluator
MCEMaximum Critical Energy (computer networking)
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A state would contract with a managed care entity and pay it a per-patient, per-month rate.
A Five Star rating over a Three Star rating from CMS for a managed care entity will yield a Quality Based Payment of an additional $15 to $16 per member per month above the base.
They moved past blaming one another for the system failures and came to the table to create a new focus on "providing the right services to keep children from cycling through hospitals and residential care settings and to keep them stable in their home communities," said Marsha McMann, director of Foster Care for Cenpatico/Integrated Mental Health Services, the behavioral health managed care entity for children in foster care and a key partner in the system.
Patrick O'Meara, the former chair of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at Palomar Medica Center (Palomar), sued Palomar and related entities, and various individuals on Palomar's medical peer review' committees, alleging that the defendants improperly retaliated against him because he expressed dissatisfaction with a managed care entity's involvement in medical decisions.
Third-party payer: HMO or other managed care entity that administers a health care plan and arranges for payment of medical services.
In public sector managed care, attention must be paid to the contract between the public sector payer and the managed care entity, said Dr.
However, in most states these providers are not subject to licensure as a managed care entity or insurer as long as their upstream partners are licensed.
Third-party payor lobbyists argue that managed care entities create payment systems and serve as a delivery mechanism in today's health care landscape.(246) They maintain that one would be hard-pressed to argue the benefits that have been brought to the table because of the introduction of the managed care entity into our health care system.(247) For example, managed care entities have assisted our nation in stalling the ever-increasing costs of health care premiums.
It should come as no surprise that managed care entities are now facing claims of bad faith for their decisions concerning treatment and that those claims are also being based on the conflict between cost containment goals of the managed care entity on the one hand and the right to proper patient care on the other.
He recommends that employers compare a list of their employees' primary physicians with the list of providers a managed care entity is offering and see if there is enough of a match.
States also identified areas to avoid in health care reform (such as splitting acute and long-term care responsibilities between the managed care entity and the public sector) and areas to include (such as providing a single system for children with serious and mild disorders).
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