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Glossary of Terms in Managed Health Care
The following are definitions of commonly used terms in the medical provider, hospital and managed care industries. This dictionary is comprised of 26 individual pages, one for each letter of the alphabet. To find a certain word that starts with this letter of the alphabet, may we suggest that you please try the "find" or "search" function in your browser. Or you may simply scroll down the list. If your word starts with another letter, please use the alphabet index below.
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Zero-Sum Budgeting - A "deficit neutral" budget process in which new expenditures are paid through cuts in existing programs or increases in revenue. The end result is the same bottom line and no increase in the deficit (if governmental) or debt (if referring to private or public corporation or company).
(We are sorry, but, we do not have any other terms in the glossary, at present, which begin with the letter "Z". If you know of any that you think should be included, please send a message with the word or words and their definitions to our webmaster. Please use the alphabet index above to continue searching for managed healthcare terms that begin with other letters, or, use the web index.)
"If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them." (Henry David Thoreau)
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