Includesbibliography and index.
|Statement||edited by Henry P. Brehm and Ross M. Mullner.|
|Contributions||Brehm, Henry P., Mullner, Ross M.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||296|
Health Care, Technology, and the Competitive Environment. Creator. Brehm, Henry P. and Mullner, Ross M. Bibliographic Citation. New York: Praeger, p. New Roles for Planning in a Competitive Environment Book Review of COST, QUALITY and ACCESS in HEALTH CARE: NEW ROLES for PLANNING in a COMPETITIVE ENVIRONMENT, Edited by F. Sloan, J. Introduction: the changing scene in hospital care / Henry P. Brehm and Ross M. Mullner --Categories of medical technology / Stan N. Finkelstein --Biotechnology and health care: the potential impact on care content, approaches, and settings / James P. Sherblom --Technological innovations and their impact on care delivery / Joyce Grahl Riley. A review of Health Care Technology, and the Competitive Environment, ed. H.P. Brehm and R.M. Mullner Publication Info Published in The Journal of Risk and Insurance, Author: Drucilla K. Barker. The escalating cost of health care is viewed by many Americans as one of the major problems facing this country as the 21st Century approaches. The type of health care plan adopted on the Federal or State level and the cost of providing a plan to employees, could have a Author: Fikru H. Boghossian, Marjorie G. Adams, Karolee M. Sowle.
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