Medical Subject Headings (MeSH): Provider-Sponsored Organizations
Provider-Sponsored Organizations (PSOs) are a type of managed care organization in which a group of healthcare providers, typically a hospital or group of physicians, forms a legal entity to contract with payers, such as insurers or government programs, to provide healthcare services to a defined population. The goal of a PSO is to coordinate and manage the delivery of healthcare services in a cost-effective manner, while maintaining or improving the quality of care provided. This can include activities such as disease management, care coordination, and utilization management. PSOs can take on various forms, such as accountable care organizations (ACOs) or clinically integrated networks (CINs).
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