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Capitation reimbursement has been an integral part of prepaid group practices in both medicine and dentistry, and claims have been made for its ability to influence the delivery of services favorably. Experts have suggested that if capitation is implemented, more preventive care will be provided, more diagnostic services will be provided, there will be(More)
Although the pubic symphysis remains the most commonly utilized osteological feature to ascertain age-at-death estimations by forensic anthropologists (Garvin and Passalacqua, 2012), these aging methods do not accurately age elderly individuals. Through the re-examination of a Balkan sample, Berg (2008) noted a morphological variant, which may be correlated(More)
Two matched samples of 245 patients were drawn from solo dental practices which contained both capitation and fee-for-service components. All services rendered to patients during their entire time under care of the practice were recorded and analyzed. Results indicate different styles of care under the two payment mechanisms. An improved preventive style(More)
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