PCCMPrimary Care Case Management
PCCMPediatric Critical Care Medicine
PCCMPrinceton Center for Complex Materials
PCCMParallel Community Climate Model
PCCMMaster Chief Postal Clerk (Naval Rating)
PCCMPrinciples and Carpet Cleaning Methods
PCCMPer Column Centimetre (newspaper advertising rate calculation, Australia)
PCCMPower Cooling Control Module (telecommunications)
PCCMPre-Concert Chamber Music
PCCMProject Construction and Commissioning Manager (job title)
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A survey of university-affiliated PCCM fellowship directors about resident CCM education found that there was no standardized approach used by different programs [9].
We selected Florida as a comparison state because of Florida's large Medicaid PCCM population from which a matched comparison group could be identified.
In recent reports, pseudo-continuous conduction mode (PCCM) is proposed which is the third operation mode.
States also rely on partially capitated managed care, which tends to cover a single service, such as behavioral health, dental care, or transportation, or Primary Care Case Management (PCCM) programs, which provide a supplement to fee-for-service rates for care coordination.
The implementation of PCCM between 1994 and 1998 in Georgia was associated with reductions in physician participation and the use of primary, preventive, and especially, emergency room (ER) care among Medicaid children (Adams, Bronstein, and Florence, 2003; Bronstein, Adams, and Florence, 2005).
In 2001, the company sought and attained Level 5 assessment in the People Capability Maturity Model (PCCM).
They obtain separate estimates of the effect of primary-care-case-management (PCCM) managed care programs and HMO managed care plans on utilization of prenatal care, birth weight, and cesarean section.
States took a variety of approaches to managed care for the Medicaid population, ranging from mandatory enrollment of all Medicaid recipients in HMOs to the least restrictive Primary Care Case Management (PCCM) programs.
The specific accounting methods include the percentage-of-completion method (PCM), the completed-contract method (CCM) and the percentage-of-completion/capitalized-cost method (PCCM).
Chandra and Balachandran (1992) propose an extension of the Sefcik-Thompson procedure that they call the Portfolio Constant Correlation Model (PCCM).
Finally, in states that operate their own Primary Care Case Management (PCCM) programs, states usually are not purchasing health insurance services from other insurers, they are modifying their FFS system to integrate principles of managed care.