Managed care is an important part of the health care delivery system; consequently, dermatologists are seeking information about various managed care plans and are joining them. Managed care can encompass a variety of different systems, including preferred provider organizations, health maintenance organizations, and individual practice associations. They all provide health care services to enrolled members through a defined network of providers who are given the responsibility to provide quality medical care while controlling use and access to specialists. Many members of the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) respond in surveys that education in various aspects of managed care is an area of great importance to them.
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