This study conducted a survey of 410 primary care providers' depression-related practices to compare the knowledge and attitudes of staff or group-model managed care organizations (MCOs) with those of network-model MCOs.
This article describes the process through which the Medicare Managed Care (MMC) survey was developed, and examines issues in using this Medicare beneficiary survey that have implications for all CAHPS surveys.
The objective of this study was to identify issues related to the quality of health care in the United States, including its measurement, assessment, and improvement, requiring action by health care professionals or other constituencies in the public or private sectors.
RAND conducted three studies examining issues surrounding mental health benefits under managed care. The studies focused on the costs of mental health services under managed care and the implications of the 1996 parity legislation for cost and benefit design.