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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
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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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