Expected HMO premium increase: more money for hospitals, physicians?

  • Published 1997 in Managed care strategies

Abstract

Lagging HMO revenues and profits over the past few years have resulted in declining or stagnant reimbursement rates paid to providers nationally. Over the next year, however, average national premium rates are expected to rise, giving HMOs more financial flexibility and providers reason to be cautiously optimistic about possible increases paid to hospitals and physicians.

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@article{1997ExpectedHP, title={Expected HMO premium increase: more money for hospitals, physicians?}, author={}, journal={Managed care strategies}, year={1997}, volume={5 6}, pages={61-4} }