Applying Resource Based Relative Value Scales (RBRVS) to the CHAMPUS program
Ininns, Graham D.
Gates, William R.
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Resource Based Relative Value Scales (RBRVS) is a concept originating from the Harvard University School of Public Health which breaks procedures performed by physicians into components of work, training costs, and practice costs. The Medicare program is planning to implement a fee schedule based on RBRVS during fiscal year 1992 which will make some significant changes in medical care in the U.S. This thesis examines the applicability of RBRVS to the Civilian Health and Medical Program for the Uniformed Services (CHAMPUS) program.
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