clinical preventive service

clinical preventive service

Managed care A health care service delivered in clinical settings for the purpose of preventing the onset or progression of a health condition or illness
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gov/vaccines/acip), as two of the organizations whose clinical preventive service recommendations receive coverage without copayments and deductibles for certain health plans.
gov/vaccines/ acip) as organizations whose clinical preventive service recommendations receive coverage without copayments and deductibles for certain health plans.
Similarly, we expected correlates of income, such as living in a single family home or a retirement community to be associated with greater clinical preventive service use.
The report calls for developing and promoting policy recommendations for enhancing clinical preventive service delivery and community public health strategies in the next two to three years among adults ages 50 to 64.
Such measures would benefit both health departments and HMO managers by identifying areas for improvement for clinical preventive service delivery (2-4) and enable states to monitor the effectiveness of communitywide health programs.
Also included on the Healthy People Web site are links to community and clinical preventive service guidelines.
Insurance status and visit type were the strongest predictors of clinical preventive service delivery.
These findings were presented in part at the Ohio Academy of Family Physicians 19th Annual Research Day, at the 1997 meeting of the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion National Coordinating Committee, at the first meeting of the Committee on Clinical Preventive Service Priorities, and at the Second Annual Blue Cross Blue Shield Best Practices meeting.
As one peer reviewer of this paper observed, this finding "puts the final nail in the coffin of the old paradigm" of approaches to improving clinical preventive service delivery.
Our study supports the argument that the ACA's cost-sharing provisions are an effective way to increase uptake of clinical preventive services, although overall levels of service provision were still lower than those recommended," they wrote.
Family physicians have come to rely on the US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) for rigorous, evidence-based recommendations on the use of clinical preventive services.

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