By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Aetna Life & Casualty reported producing over $33 million in savings for its clients in 1987 through its individual case management (ICM) program for psychiatric claims in a report in the May 23 issue of ‘National Underwriter’. The savings involved 750 inpatient hospitalization cases, or $44,000 per case. Of this savings, 42% ($14,183,185) involved 295 cases stemming from affective psychosis. Another 12% ($5,366,322) came from 124 cases with functional, non- psychotic disorders. The remainder . . .
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By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Aetna Life & Casualty reported producing over $33 million in savings for its clients in 1987 through its individual case management (ICM) program for psychiatric claims in a report in the May 23 issue of ‘National Underwriter’. The savings involved 750 inpatient hospitalization cases, or $44,000 per case. Of this savings, 42% ($14,183,185) involved 295 cases stemming from affective psychosis. Another 12% ($5,366,322) came from 124 cases with functional, non- psychotic disorders. The remainder . . .
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OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Aetna Life & Casualty reported producing over $33 million in savings for its clients in 1987 through its individual case management (ICM) program for psychiatric claims in a report in the May 23 issue of ‘National Underwriter’. The savings involved 750 inpatient hospitalization cases, or $44,000 per case. Of this savings, 42% ($14,183,185) involved 295 cases stemming from affective psychosis. Another 12% ($5,366,322) came from 124 cases with functional, non- psychotic disorders. The remainder . . .
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