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Definition of Overutilize
1. [v -LIZED, -LIZING, -LIZES]
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Literary usage of Overutilize
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1. Purchasing Managed Care Services for Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment by Stephen Moss (1997)
"However, fee-for- service reimbursement has inherent incentives—both financial and clinical—to overutilize services and to overtreat clients. ..."
2. Progressive Medicine by Hobart Amory Hare (1906)
"... the dangerous proclivity traced in the consumptive by Robin and Binet, to overdraw the oxygen supplies, and to overutilize them in self-combustion. ..."
3. Mental Health, United States, 1998 edited by Ronald W Manderscheid, Marilyn J Henderson (1999)
"Where holistic approaches are absent, there is greater risk that consumers from the four groups will overutilize mental health services, resulting in ..."
4. Psychiatric Crisis Response Systems: A Descriptive Study by Beth A. Stroul (1999)
"First, persons who are not receiving appropriate ongoing services tend to rely upon and overutilize crisis services. Respondent communities reported that ..."
5. Managed Health Care: Effect on Employers’ Costs Difficult to Measure by DIANE Publishing Company (1994)
"... standardized payment rates do not fully remove the incentive to overutilize.17 Some managed care plans more fundamentally change provider reimbursement ..."