Managed Care Organization (MCO)
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Managed Care Organization (MCO): Any entity that utilizes certain concepts or techniques to manage the accessibility, cost, and quality of healthcare. Also known as a managed care plan.
Organizational Structure: Lines of authority and responsibility.
Organizational Survey: The process of evaluating and analyzing an organizationís structure and other major components to determine whether they are suitably meeting the organizationís current and future needs.
Organizational Transformation: Refers to organization-wide changes, such as restructuring operations, introducing new technologies, processes, services or products, implementing new programs, re-engineering, etc.
Organizational Profile: An organizational profile is a depiction of the staffing pattern within an establishment. It is one method contractors use to determine whether barriers to equal employment opportunity exist . . . View Full Definition
Organizational Display: An organizational display is a detailed graphical or tabular chart, text, spreadsheet or similar presentation of the contractor's organizational structure. It must identify each organization . . . View Full Definition
Organizational Behavior Modification Theory: A motivational theory suggesting that an individual will behave in a manner that helps him or her avoid potential negative outcomes and achieve agreeable outcomes.
Organizational Design: The process of establishing and arranging the elements of an organizationís structure.
Organizational Unit: An organizational unit is any component that is part of the contractor's corporate structure. In a more traditional organization, it might be a department, division, section, branch or group . . . View Full Definition
Out-of-Home Care: Child care, foster care or residential care provided by persons, organizations and institutions to children who are placed outside their families, usually under the jurisdiction of juvenile . . . View Full Definition