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(1) An annual report on the quality and outcome of care by a particular health care provider or health care facility
(2) Information on aspects of health care provided to the public to help consumers chose health plans or physicians; information on report cards includes patient outcomes, satisfaction, cost structures, or the plan’s health care delivery

report card

Performance report Managed care
1. An annual report on the quality and outcome of care by a particular health care provider or health care facility.
2. Information on aspects of health care provided to the public to help consumers chose health plans or physicians; information on RCs include Pt outcomes, satisfaction, cost structures, etc of the plan's health care delivery. See Consumer Guide to CABG.
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It is a stretch to call the publication of collected data a report card without an accompanying set of goals or standards, or without defined consequences for failure to meet those goals or standards.
To understand how parents use the report card data, we joined Kentucky parents participating in the Commonwealth Institute for Parent Leadership (CIPL) as they learned about school report cards.
In this article, we evaluate the relative impact on consumers of these two report card efforts.
In line with Report Card grades, 75 percent of CISOs say that their IT security environment has "improved" or "significantly improved" since the House of Representatives' Oversight and Government Reform Committee released the 2006 Report Card.
While report cards in the new system look similar to the old ones, the key differences are in the new subareas.
Cary Sennett says that, while today's report cards are primitive and are used primarily by corporate purchasers, tomorrow's report cards will offer more information and could be used by public purchasers or regulators to create consumer awareness.
BOSTON -- Leading telecommunications research consultancy and benchmarking firm ATLANTIC-ACM announced the general availability of its 2006 Metro Carrier Report Card, which rated carrier performance in key delivery areas based on more than 5,000 individual carrier ratings by wholesale and business customers.
A district may provide access to only its own report card, or to report cards from similar or neighboring districts, as well.
We knew it was going to be tight,'' said Haft, who photocopied a master form of the report card as a precaution.
So consider this a planning guide for meeting the requirements of the new bill, including two sections that didn't get a lot of press--what changes school districts face this fall, and the report card that districts have to offer to parents and the community at large.
The state's higher education institutions are getting worse grades when it comes to preparing Californians for high-tech jobs, said a report card issued by a business lobby.