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Title
Partially Capitated Managed Care Versus FFS for Special Needs Children
First Author
Schuster, C. R.
Date of Pub
2007 Summer
Pages
109-124
Volume
28
Issue
4
Other Authors
Mitchell, J. M., and Gaskin, D. J.
Abstract
Little research has examined whether Medicaid managed care plans (MCPs) that incorporate case management are effective in coordinating services for children with special health care needs. This study evaluates the effects of enrollment of special needs children into a partially capitated MCP (with ongoing case management) versus the fee-for-service option on use of therapeutic services, specifically speech, occupational, and physical therapy by site of service (school versus health care sector).
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