Definition Thursday: Managed Care Organization (MCO)

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Managed Care Organization (MCO):

A health care delivery system consisting of affiliated and/or owned hospitals, physicians and others which provide coordinated health services, typically on a capitated, or fixed fee per patient per month, basis. Examples include Health Maintenance Organizations (HMOs), Point of Service Plans (POSs), and Preferred Provider Organizations (PPOs).

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