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A term referring to certain types of ratios vis-à-vis beneficiaries or service types rendered in a managed care setting


Managed care A term referring to certain types of ratios vis-á-vis beneficiaries or service types rendered in a managed care setting. See Case mix, Patient mix, Payer mix, Service mix.


(mĭks) [L. mixtus, to mix]
1. To put things, substances, or people together in solution, a collection, or an assembly, respectively.
2. The act of mixing.
3. A mixture of materials, as a cement mix, available in various proportions of ingredients.

Patient discussion about mix

Q. How long between allergy medication can I give a child cold medication? I gave my boyfriend’s son allergy medication and he also has a cold I wanted to know when I can give him cold mediation for his cold. He is 5 years old.

A. This is a question for a professional. Some medication react with others, you should call a Doctor or a pharmacist and ask them. And ask them if it’s o.. to give a cold medicine to a 5 year old. If it’s not a bad cold- you can treat it the old fashion way, steams, chicken soup, a lot of tea.

Q. What medications are forbidden to take with alcohol? And why is that?

A. I think this web page will give you something to think about:
apparently there are more drugs you shouldn’t mix with alcohol then I could think of…

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Germain and Luxardo Maraschino for their mixability, and Viniq, the shimmering moscato/vodka liqueur from E&J Gallo, for its fanciful allure, many classic brands are losing traction at different levels of appeal.
Recent innovation within the category and overall consumer growing interest in brown spirits has helped Canadian whisky brands get a fresh look from consumers who not only value Canadian whisky's fantastic mixability, but the stunning complexity of newer, higher-end offerings like our Caribou Crossing Single Barrel," he notes.
Operators report that on-premise rum sales are growing, driven mainly by the spirit's mixability and new products in the flavor category.
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With its mixability and solid, safe reputation among guests, there's no doubt that vodka will continue to play a starring role behind the bar.
Consumers and bartenders are attracted to rye for its mixability, it's spicy but approachable profile, its historical significance, and its versatility in classic cocktails.
These are the spirits that have captivated the trendsetters, and with good reason: They offer quality, mixability, superior taste and a unique flavor profile that gives them the je ne sais quoi that keeps people talking.