MCO

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AcronymDefinition
MCOManaged Care Organization
MCOMonaco (ISO Country code)
MCOMarine Corps Order
MCOMédecine Chirurgie Obstétrique (French: Medicine Surgery Obstetrics)
MCOManchester Oxford Road (railway station; UK)
MCOMedical College of Ohio (Toledo, OH, USA)
MCOManufacturing Connection Online
MCOMicrocontroller Clock Output
MCOMars Climate Orbiter
MCOManufacturer's Certificate of Origin
MCOMajor Combat Operations
MCOMotor City Online (game)
MCOMulti-Country Organization (various locations)
MCOMiscellaneous Charge Order (airline industry financial term)
MCOModern Chess Openings
MCOMarketing Communication Office (Philippines)
MCOMiscellaneous Charges Order
MCOMinister for the Cabinet Office (UK)
MCOMission Critical Occupation (various government agencies)
MCOMaster Control Operator
MCOMichigan College of Optometry (Ferris State University; Big Rapids, MI)
MCOMicro Credit Organization (various locations)
MCOMilitary Claims Office
MCOMidwest Christian Outreach, Inc. (Wonder Lake, IL)
MCOMulti-Canister Overpack
MCOMovement Control Officer
MCOMaterial Control Officer
MCOMachinery Checkout
MCOMaintenance Changeout
MCOOrlando, FL, USA - Orlando International Airport (Airport Code)
MCOMiddle Cornish (linguistics)
MCOMechanical Control Outline
MCOManagement Control Officer
MCOManila Chamber Orchestra
MCOMaximum Cumulative Outflow (finance)
MCOMerchandise Coordinator
MCOMobile Cellular Operator
MCOManufacturing Change Order
MCOMinnesota Citizens Online
MCOMissile Control Officer
MCOMelbourne Community Orchestra (Melbourne, FL)
MCOManual Changeover Signal (ITU-T)
MCOMajor Contingency Operation (US Army)
MCOMusic Company Orchestra (Saratoga Springs, NY)
MCOMilitary Corporation Office
MCOMotor Sport Club of Ottawa
MCOMetropolitan Chamber Orchestra (Columbus, OH)
MCOMaintenance Criticality Oriented
MCOManeuver Control Officer
MCOMotor Carrier Office
MCOMeat Control Officers
MCOMarkov Chain Occupancy
MCOMulti-Collaborative Overlay
MCOMobile Country Operator
MCOMovements Control Office/Officer
MCOMusic Comedy Opera (Newberg, OR)
MCOMajor Cultural Organization
MCOMogogelo Community Outreach (Mogogelo, South Africa)
MCOMetropolitan Civic Orchestra (Charleston, SC)
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As a result of these new transportation programs, the number of personnel claims filed with military claims offices has decreased dramatically.
Military claims offices may compromise or waive affirmative claims asserted for $50,000 or less based on the inability of a tortfeasor or insurer to pay, the government's inability to prove its case, a determination that collection costs would exceed the amount compromised, or because available funds are insufficient to satisfy all claims.
(187) Military claims offices must prepare for two types of disasters: those caused by the military, such as range fires, and those caused by natural or other forces, such as hurricanes, that cause property damage on a military installation compensable under the Personnel Claims Act.
In response to the question, "How would you rate your satisfaction with the Full Replacement Value Claims Process compared with your satisfaction with the previous military claims process (where claims were filed solely with military claims offices)?" 96 (23%) of the responses were "the FRV process is much better," 91 (22%) of the responses were "the Full Replacement Value process is better," 95 (23%) of the responses were "the Full Replacement Value process is about the same," 44 (11%) of the responses were "the Full Replacement Value process is worse" and 86 (21%) of the responses were "the Full Replacement Value process is much worse."
The most important safeguard, however, is that claimants may still file with their local military claims office if they are dissatisfied with the carrier's offer, or even if they would simply rather not deal with the carrier.
(33) Finally, if a claimant is simply not comfortable filing directly with the carrier, he may still file a HHG claim directly with the military claims office, but, once again, will still be subject to the PCA depreciation rules.
(41) Finally, the system will allow claimants to file their claims with the carrier online without going to the military claims office. (42)
The key to successful implementation of the Families First Program remains with the military claims office, which will be responsible for disseminating timely and accurate information on claimants' filing options.
Meanwhile, the Air Force, which recently consolidated all of its military claims offices in Dayton, Ohio, has an online filing program (unrelated to Families First) that has received positive reviews from claimants and claims practitioners alike.
Therefore, military claims offices should be diligent about publicizing the program and the new timelines to all potential claimants.
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