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I need a paper on comparing insurance plans by state

HCM400 Managed Care and Health Insurance

Colorado State University: Global Campus

Question Description

Option #1: Compare Insurance Plans by State

Part I
Various programs provide free or low-cost coverage to millions of families with limited income. Develop a scenario in which an individual or family is currently making use of such a program, but plans to move to another state. Create a chart that compares your chosen program in three (3) different states and recommend a state to which the individual, or family, should move. Your chart should contain the following:

  • A brief paragraph describing the scenario (e.g., elderly war veteran, pregnant woman, young girl who is visually impaired)
  • Program features and characteristics (e.g., type, benefits, costs)
  • Visual indication of the state you recommend

Part II
Write a 7-8 page description of your decision-making process. Your reflection should address the following questions:

  • What are the most important features that impacted your state choice?
  • What difficulties did you face in choosing a state?
  • Under what circumstances would you recommend a different state, and why?

Your paper must adhere to the following requirements:

  • Be written in accordance with the CSU-Global Guide to Writing and APA Requirements
  • Be 7-8 pages in length (not including the cover and reference pages); that is, approximately 3,000-3,500 words
  • Include headings, per APA guidelines
  • Include at least four (4) sources

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Managed Care Programs—organization & administration—United States. 2. Delivery of Health Care—economics—United States. W 130 AA1] 362.1´04258—dc23 2011044614 6048 Printed in the United States of America 16 15 14 13 12 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 4 Contents Introduction Preface: Is Health Insurance? About the Author Contributors Part I Introduction to Health Insurance and Managed Health Care 1 1 A History of Managed Health Care and Health Insurance in the United States Peter D. Fox Peter R. Kongstvedt Introduction 1910 to the Mid-1940s: The Early Years The Mid-1940S to Mid-1960S: The Expansion of Health Benefits The Mid-1960S to the Mid-1970S: The Onset of Health Care Cost Inflation The Mid-1970S to Mid-1980S: The Rise of Managed Care The Mid-1980S to 2000: Growth, Consolidation, Maturation, and Backlash 2000 to 2010: Costs Rise and Coverage Declines Conclusion 2 Types of Health Insurers, Managed Health Care Organizations, and Integrated Health Care Delivery Systems Eric R. Wagner Peter R. Kongstvedt Introduction Taxonomy Insured versus Self-Funded Benefits Plans The Managed Care Continuum Types of Health Insurers and Managed Care Organizations 5 Integrated Health Care Delivery Systems Organizations Emerging Under Health Reform Vertical Integration Conclusion 3 Elements of the Management and Governance Structure Peter R. Kongstvedt Introduction Board of Directors Key Management Positions Medical Management Committees Conclusion Part II Network Contracting and Provider Payment 4 The Provider Network Peter R. Kongstvedt Introduction Why Contract? The Service Area The National Provider Identifier Contract Management Physicians and Other Professionals The Data Bank On-Site Office Evaluation Medical Record Review Hospitals and Ambulatory Facilities Ancillary Services Conclusion 5 Provider Payment Peter R. Kongstvedt 6 Introduction It Is Payment, Not Reimbursement The Impact of Payment Methodologies Heterogeneity Is the Norm Payment of Physicians Payment of Hospitals, Health Systems, and Ambulatory Facilities Payment for Ambulatory Facility Services Combined Payment of Hospitals and Physicians Pay for Performance Payment for Ancillary Services Other New Models of Payment Under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act Conclusion Appendix 5-1: Examples of Research on the Impact of Managed Care or Capitation on Quality or Outcomes 6 Legal Issues in Provider Contracting Mark S. Joffe Kelli D. Back Introduction General Issues in Contracting Contract Structure Common Clauses, Provisions, and Key Factors Provider Obligations Payment Hold Harmless and No Balance Billing Clauses Relationship of the Parties Use of Name and Proprietary Information Notification Insurance and Indemnification 7 Term, Suspension, and Termination “Flow Down” Clauses and Provider Subcontracts Declarations Closing Conclusion Appendices Appendix 6-1: Sample Physician Agreement Appendix 6-2: Attachment B Compensation Schedule Appendix 6-3: Attachment B (Alternate) Capitation Payment Appendix 6-4: Sample Hospital Agreement Appendix 6-5: Sample Business Associate Addendum Part III Management of Utilization and Quality 7 Basic Utilization and Case Management Peter R. Kongstvedt Introduction Measurements and Metrics in Utilization Management Regional Variations in Utilization and Costs Benefits Design and Medical Utilization Demand Management Categories of Utilization Management Determination of Coverage, Medical Necessity, and Evidence-Based Clinical Guidelines Authorization and Precertification Managing Utilization of Physician Services Managing Utilization of Facility-Based Services Management of Complex Chronic Conditions Retrospective Review Routine Ancillary Services The Potential Impact of the ACA on Utilization Management Conclusion 8 8 Fundamentals and Core Competencies of Disease Management David W. Plocher Introduction Chronic Conditions Definition of Disease Management Disease Management Companies Components Common to Most Programs Measuring Effectiveness Challenges Using Current Engagement Model Health Plan Decision to Build versus Buy Outsourcing Contract Financial Risks Links to Other Health Care Programs International Disease Management Potential Future Applications of Disease Management Conclusion 9 Physician Practice Behavior and Managed Health Care 9 Jay Want Peter R. Kongstvedt Introduction General Aspects of Physician Practice Behavior How Physicians Are Responding to these Factors What We Should Do Instead: Several Principles Tools for Changing Physician Behavior Financial Incentives Programmatic Approaches to Changing Physician Behavior Addressing Noncompliance by Individual Physicians Conclusion 10 Data Analysis and Provider Profiling in Health Plans David W. Plocher 10 Nancy Garrett Introduction Data Sources Validity and Reliability Use of Claims Data for Analysis and Reporting The Need to Adjust for Risk Patient Data Confidentiality Employer Reporting and Analysis Provider Profiling Desired Characteristics of Provider Profiles Location of Profiling Activity Impact of ICD-10 Conclusion 11 Prescription Drug Benefits in Managed Care Robert P. Navarro Craig S. Stern 11 Rusty Hailey Introduction Prescription Drug Cost and Utilization Trends Future Trends Affecting Pharmacy Program Management Business Relationships and the Flow of Money Pharmacy Benefit Managers Prescription Drug Program Management Components Pharmacy Benefit Design Evidence of Coverage Health Information Systems and Claims Processing Electronic Prescribing Pharmacy Distribution Network Developing an Outpatient Pharmacy Provider Network Pharmacy Provider Contracts and Claims Adjudication Pharmaceutical Contracting Drug Formulary Management Mail Service Pharmacy Specialty Pharmacy Distribution Clinical Pharmacy Programs Medicare and Medicaid Pharmacy Benefits Measuring Financial Performance Pharmacy Benefit Quality Measures and Patient Satisfaction Pharmacogenomics Conclusion 12 Introduction to Managed Behavioral Health Care Organizations 12 Joann Albright 13 Deborah Heggie Anthony M. Kotin 14 Connie Salgy 15 Wanda Sullivan 16 Fred Waxenberg Introduction: The Nature and Uniqueness of Behavioral Health Legislation Affecting Management of Behavioral Health Care The Public Sector Networks Payment Mechanisms New Types of Service Delivery Systems Behavioral Health Care Professional Providers Types of Services Delivered by Behavioral Networks Networks in the Public Sector Quality Management of Networks Use of Standardized Assessment Tools Utilization Management Outpatient Management Management of Inpatient and Intermediate Levels of Care Recent Trends in Utilization Management Recovery and Resiliency Specialized Services Telemental Health Services Intensive Care Management Quality of Care Accreditation In-House versus Outsourced Management of Behavioral Health Services Conclusion 13 Disease Prevention in Managed Health Care Plans 17 Marc Manely Introduction The Case for Prevention: A Cost-Effective Solution for Saving Lives A Complete Prevention Program Member Benefits Services for Members Contracting with Health Care Providers Public Policies Prevention and Health Care Reform Conclusion 14 Quality Management in Managed Health Care Pamela B. Siren Introduction Foundations of Reform: Premise for Quality Management Historical Perspective: The Evolution Traditional Quality Assurance Building on Tradition: Additional Components Continuous Improvement Process Model Value-Based Purchasing Conclusion 15 Accreditation and Performance Measurement Programs in Managed Health Care Margaret E. O’Kane Introduction Oversight by Type of Organization National Committee for Quality Assurance URAC 18 Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care Conclusion Part IV Sales, Finance, and Administration 16 Marketing and Sales 19 Richard Birhanzel Introduction Defining the Managed Health Care Marketplace Health Plan Marketing Fundamentals Challenges to Effective Health Plan Marketing High Performance in Health Plan Marketing Practices Benefits Design Sales Conclusion 17 Enrollment and Billing Karl V. Kovacs 20 Scott McDaniel Peter R. Kongstvedt Introduction The Commercial Market Se ...
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Running head: COMPARING INSURANCE PLANS BY STATE

Comparing Insurance Plans by State
Name:
Institution Affiliation:

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COMPARING INSURANCE PLANS BY STATE

2

Comparing Insurance Plans by State

PART 1: Comparing Various Programs
The scenario is about Warren, who is an elderly person. He is a war veteran who lives in
California currently. Warren uses Medi-Cal, which is the Medicaid program under California
State. Warren has a son in Oregon and Daughter in North Carolina, hence he feels that he should
move closer to one of them. Before settling on the decision to move, he needs to compare the
Medicaid programs offered by these states.
The research, therefore, includes a comparison of Medicaid programs offered in
California, Oregon and North Carolina and whether they have programs suitable for Warren. It
will be important to understand the characteristic of each plan so that Warren is able to know the
pros and cons of each before making the decision.
State Comparison of Medicaid Plans and Benefits
State

Type

Benefits

Costs to

Eligibility

Participate
California

Medi-Cal

Ambulatory outpatient services,

Has

Adults

(state-based

prescription drug coverage,

expanded

with an

marketplace emergency services, substance abuse,

coverage to income

Medicaid)

and rehab services, hospitalizations

low-

below

and lab services. They also offer

income

133% of

maternity and newborn care however

adults. If

the FPL

this does not pertain to Warren.

income is

are

Benefits also include help with

less than

eligible.

COMPARING INSURANCE PLANS BY STATE

3

preventative care, chronic disease

FPL, there

management, mental health, long-

is no cost.

term care as well as dental and vision.
It also includes non-emergency
transportation services.
North Carolina

PACE

Inpatient hospitalizations, primary

Has not

Must have

(federally

care, and outpatient services,

expanded

an income

facilitated

prescription drug coverage,

coverage to of less

marketplace institutional long-term care, personal

low-

than 44%

Medicaid)

care, inpatient and outpatient

income

of the

behavioral health services, dental and

adults. If

FPL to be

transportation services.

income is

eligible.

less than
FPL, there
is no cost.
Oregon

Oregon

Inpatient hospitalizations, primary

Has

Adults

Health

care and outpatient services,

expanded

with an

Program

prescription drug coverage,

coverage to income

(state-based

institutional long-term care, personal

low-

below

marketplace care, inpatient and outpatient

income

133% of

Medicaid)

behavioral health services, limited

adults. If

the FPL

dental coverage and non-emergency

income is

are

transportation services.

less than

eligible.

COMPARING INSURANCE PLANS BY STATE

4
FPL, there
is no cost

Note. This table includes type, benefits, and cost. Retrieved from California Medicaid, North
Carolina Medicaid, and Oregon Medicaid at Benefits.gov, 2018.
PART 2: Decision Making Process
Features that Impacted State Choice
The features that impacted the state chosen was mainly the benefits that the health
insurance provided. The states compared were California, North Carolina, and Oregon, all of
which have different arrangements for low-income earners when it comes to medical plans. The
different features of these plans are further discussed below:
Medi-Cal by California State
Medi-Cal is the Medicaid program for California. It is public and provides health care
services for individuals who have low-income. It covers families, people with disabilities, senior
citizens, pregnant women, foster care and those with chronic diseases. The program is equally
financed by the federal and state government (California Government, 2018). To be eligible, one
must qualify to fit under the low-income category. Medi-Cal covers based on household size and
the maximum income level per annum. A family that has three...

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