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What does PSO stand for?

PSO stands for Provider Sponsored Organization


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THE BALANCED BUDGET ACT OF 1997 MADE IT POSSIBLE for provider sponsored organizations to contract directly with HCFA, serving Medicare beneficiaries much in the same way as traditional Medicare HMOs.
Less than one percent of CEOs surveyed considered the assumption of Medicare risk through a Provider Sponsored Organization (PSO) a significant priority.
A pioneer in the industry, the company is the leading provider of information systems for more than 125 provider-based integrated delivery networks (IDNs), such as Physician Hospital Organizations (PHOs), Management Service Organizations (MSOs), Provider Sponsored Organizations (PSOs) and Independent Practice Associations (IPAs).
Meridian Health Care Management is a nationwide provider of outsourced managed care technology and administrative services for both health care payors such as health plans and self-insured employers, and provider networks such as Independent Practice Associations (IPAs), provider sponsored organizations (PSOs), physician hospital organizations (PHOs) integrated delivery systems (IDS), and management service organizations (MSOs).
March 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Managed Care Options (MCO) and Managed Care Marketing Services announced that they have entered into an agreement with Trustmark Insurance Company to provide medical reinsurance, continuation of benefits in event of insolvency, and out-of-area conversion coverage for health maintenance organizations (HMOs) and provider sponsored organizations (PSOs).
is a nationwide provider of outsourced managed care technology and administrative services for both health care payors such as health plans and self-insured employers, and provider networks such as Independent Practice Associations (IPAs), provider sponsored organizations (PSOs), physician hospital organizations (PHOs), integrated delivery systems (IDS), and management service organizations (MSOs).