hospital financial management
Summary: The obtaining and management of funds for hospital needs and responsibility for fiscal affairs.
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- NFP Investor Conference. Growth is back in sightRichard Haugh
Hosp Health Netw 76:50-2, 54, 56. 2002..As Thomas Meier, vice president and treasurer of Oakland, Calif.-based Kaiser Permanente, put it: "No margin, no mission, no más."..
- Understanding the revenue cycle. The revenue cycle is the heart of your hospital's financial performanceJeffrey D Jones
Stockamp and Associates Inc, Portland, Ore, USA
Trustee 56:24-8. 2003..The revenue cycle is the heart of your hospital's financial performance. But how well do you understand what's involved, how it's working and what you can do to ensure it's operating at peak performance?..
- Better access to capitalDave Carpenter
Hosp Health Netw 78:suppl 10-2. 2004
- What you can do. Five initiatives to undertake now to expand sources of capitalFrederick A Hessler
Citigroup Global Markets Inc, New York City, USA
Hosp Health Netw 78:suppl 13-4. 2004
- HFMA roundtable. Capital planning: how strategic is your organization?Clay Frederick
Sutter Health Support Services, Sacramento, Calif, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 60:suppl 1-4 following 32. 2006
- Developing a performance-based incentive program for hospitals: a case study from MaineGino A Nalli
Muskie School of Public Service, Institute for Health Policy, University of Southern Maine, Portland, USA
Health Aff (Millwood) 26:817-24. 2007..This case study provides useful insights to payers and hospitals that are considering similar regional initiatives, emphasizing the collaborative context that underscored this venture...
- Issues in the governance of Canadian hospitals III: Financial oversightMark Hundert
Hay Health Care Consulting Group
Hosp Q 6:63-6, 4. 2003..These articles draw upon experiences gained from operational reviews of hospitals across Canada to suggest approaches to building more effective hospital governance...
- Hospital finance: what every board needs to knowJan Greene
Trustee 57:8-12, 1. 2004..The consequences of financial ignorance or carelessness can be disastrous...
- The financial health of California hospitals: a looming crisisMark G Harrison
Shattuck Hammond Partners, San Francisco, USA
Health Aff (Millwood) 21:118-26. 2002..The study concluded that California hospitals face a potential crisis--defined as the potential nonviability of a large portion of its hospital infrastructure--and explored the policy questions and implications of this situation...
- Out of the frying pan: New York City hospitals in an age of deregulationSharon Salit
United Hospital Fund, New York City, USA
Health Aff (Millwood) 21:127-39. 2002..In this paper we describe this period of turbulent change that has left most of the city's safety-net and small community hospitals near bankruptcy...
- An update on safety-net hospitals: coping with the late 1990s and early 2000sGloria J Bazzoli
Department of Health Administration, Virginia Commonwealth University, in Richmond, USA
Health Aff (Millwood) 24:1047-56. 2005..Non-safety-net hospitals trimmed certain services commonly used by the indigent; this may point to future reductions in access. We examine the implications of these findings for the future of the safety net...
- 10 steps to a high-quality revenue-cycle assessmentDerek A Pickell
McKesson Information Solutions, Somerset, N J, USA
Patient Acc 26:1-3. 2003
- Capital accessJennifer Towne
Hosp Health Netw 78:49-56, 2. 2004..This gatefold examines the trends in credit and capital, and how they affect hospitals' access to money...
- 10 ways to improve healthcare cost managementSteven H Berger
Healthcare Insights, LLC, Libertyville, Ill, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 58:76-80. 2004....
- Evaluating the underlying factors behind variable rate debtMichael J McCue
Department of Health Administration, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, USA
Health Care Manage Rev 32:300-8. 2007..Recent trends show a greater usage of variable rate debt among health care bond issues. In 2004, 63.4% of the total health care bonds issued were variable rate compared with 30.6% in 1995 (Fitch Ratings, 2005)...
- Hedging their bets. Strong market performance is delivering pleasantly surprising results for investments made by not-for-profitsPaul Barr
Mod Healthc 34:6-7, 1. 2004..Executives, seeking to avoid losses, have invested in controversial hedge funds, which have become a little too popular, says the institute's executive director, John Griswold, left...
- Pardon me: that's our money!Michael W Peregrine
McDermott, Will and Emery, LLP, Chicago, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 58:58-62, 64. 2004..As a strategic defense, providers should perform internal due diligence that focuses on governing documents, financial arrangements, donations/solicitation, real estate, and charitable waste allegations...
- Cost drivers. CreditRichard Haugh
Hosp Health Netw 78:48, 57. 2004
- Investment management. 8 steps to improve performanceAngelo A Calvello
State Street Global Advisors, Chicago, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 57:44-50. 2003..Consultants, investment managers, and custodians should be evaluated carefully to support cost-efficient, effective service...
- Capturing your marketing ROIPaul Spiegelman
The Beryl Companies, Dallas, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 57:60-6. 2003..Extensive recordkeeping and reporting capabilities are available with call center software packages. Callers to call centers tend to be more engaged than other healthcare consumers...
- "Off-credit" vs. "off-balance sheet": a notable distinctionKevin T Ponton
Healthc Financ Manage 57:104-6, 108. 2003
- The cost of inefficiency in US hospitals, 1985-1997Bimal R Shah
Stanford University Hospitals, USA
J Health Care Finance 30:1-9. 2003..Hospital overhead costs are increasing faster than would be expected if efficiency were the primary goal of hospital management...
- Best practices in healthcare investingDennis Doody
Healthcare for Commonfund, Wilton, Conn, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 62:34-7. 2008..4 percent, compared with just 10.6 percent for all study participants. Asset allocation appeared to be a primary differentiating factor...
- Finance. Quality of care now a bigger actor in creditHaydn Bush
Hosp Health Netw 82:22-3. 2008
- Growing gap. Not-for-profit downgrades top upgrades againMary Chris Jaklevic
Mod Healthc 34:14. 2004
- Key tools for turning receivables into cashDiane Palmer
Park City Solutions, Alpharetta, GA, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 58:62-7. 2004....
- Bridging a widening gap. The call for capital grows more urgentDave Carpenter
Hosp Health Netw 78:suppl 4-6 following 64. 2004
- IRS seeks bond answers. Wants to know how bond proceeds are being usedJennifer Lubell
Mod Healthc 37:8-9. 2007
- Setting a good example. Sarbanes-Oxley Act survives legal challenge from Scrushy, and healthcare executives are paying heed to its governance messagePaul Barr
Mod Healthc 34:6-7, 14-5, 1. 2004..quot;You don't have to build a car, you just have to go to a mechanic to adjust the car," Richard Kusserow, left, says...
- Developing and implementing a comprehensive debt management policyJason H Sussman
Kaufman, Hall and Associates, Inc, Skokie, Ill, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 60:80-6. 2006..The debt management policy should outline the policy statement and purpose, scope of authority and responsibilities, analytical requirements, approved financial products, and specific debt and derivatives policies...
- Not-for-profits prosper, Moody's annual review shows more upgrades, profitCinda Becker
Mod Healthc 36:12. 2006
- Corporate finance and consolidation in health careChristal Stone
Health Care Financing and Organization, USA
Find Brief 9:1-3. 2006
- Tapping private equity. More providers hope to join the partyCinda Becker
Mod Healthc 37:38-9. 2007
- RCM payoffs add up. Many hospitals are finding that RCM management solutions are lucrative investments which allow for adding revenue and subtracting timeDaphne Lawrence
Healthc Inform 24:96-7, 100, 102. 2007
- Financing change. Future delivery system design: will capital be a driving force?Frederick A Hessler
Hosp Health Netw 81:suppl 11. 2007
- Costs, charges, and revenues for hospital diagnostic imaging procedures: differences by modality and hospital characteristicsChristopher Lee Sistrom
Department of Radiology, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida 32610, USA
J Am Coll Radiol 2:511-9. 2005..This study examined financial data reported by Florida hospitals concerning costs, charges, and revenues related to imaging services...
- Financing quality. Attention, investors: the Q-revolution is spreadingDave Carpenter
Hosp Health Netw 80:suppl 4-8. 2006
- Quality and cash. Investors'conference looks at patient safety and debtCinda Becker
Mod Healthc 36:16. 2006
- S&P: good times may end soonCinda Becker
Mod Healthc 36:20. 2006
- Financing quality. Business world must heed quality and patient safety momentumFrederick A Hessler
Citigroup Global Markets Inc, New York City, NY, USA
Hosp Health Netw 80:suppl 9-10. 2006
- Unwelcome houseguests. As the IRS expands CEP audits to include smaller healthcare facilities, Carle Foundation Hospital finds itself playing hostMark Taylor
Mod Healthc 35:6-7, 14, 1. 2005..And it's hard to anticipate if you'll be targeted. Catherine Jacobson, left, at Rush University Medical Center, says the IRS "told us there was no reason why they chose us, except we were on their list because of our size"...
- System upgrade. Not-for-profits have a good first quarterPaul Barr
Mod Healthc 35:14, 16. 2005
- Catch the eye of the capital marketsDonald A Carlson
Ziegler Capital Market Group, Chicago, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 59:50-6, 58. 2005..Investors are attracted to organizations whose investment portfolios are managed as a business unit and not an endowment fund. Investors are attracted to hospitals that know how to make effective use of structured financial products...
- Capital: beyond the tried and trueDave Carpenter
Hosp Health Netw 79:34-8, 40, 2. 2005..But other, less traditional methods are gaining a foothold as not-for-profit hospitals look elsewhere--usually the corporate world--for successful precedents that can help fund big projects without leaving a bad financial aftertaste...
- Brailer's HFMA advice. Attendees told to plan IT strategyPaul Barr
Mod Healthc 35:26. 2005
- Knowing the SCOR: using business metrics to gain measurable improvementsJane H Malin
PRAGMATEK Consulting Group, Minneapolis, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 60:54-9. 2006..By using the Supply Chain Operations Reference model, one New York hospital was able to define and measure its supply chains, determine the weak links in its processes, and identify necessary improvements...
- Manage it forwardTony Paparella
MediQuant, Broadview Heights, Ohio, USA
Revenue-cycle Strateg 4:4-5. 2007
- A market, operation, and mission assessment of large rural for-profit hospitals with positive cash flowMichael J McCue
Department of Health Administration, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA 23298 0203, USA
J Rural Health 23:10-6. 2007..National benchmark data for 2002 indicate that large rural for-profit hospitals have a median cash flow margin of 19.5% compared to 9.2% for their nonprofit counterparts...
- The money issueDave Carpenter
Hosp Health Netw 77:38-49. 2003..N&HN looks at the challenges, including recent fallout from the most pressing issues, how some systems have responded, and the pros and cons of borrowing now...
- Containing revenue-cycle costsRobert Geer
Accelerated Receivables Management, Ltd, Park Ridge, Ill, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 57:38-42. 2003..Cost-reduction strategies should look at purchased services, staffing, and the cost-to-collect ratio. Healthcare organizations should reach target performance levels before implementing a cost-reduction strategy...
- Finance. Seeking disclosureRichard Haugh
Hosp Health Netw 76:24, 26. 2002
- Positioning hospitals for improved access to capitalKevin T Ponton
Ziegler Capital Markets Group, New York, New York, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 56:52-8. 2002..Not-for-profit hospitals should focus on both sides of the balance sheet. Healthcare executives need to develop effective leadership and investor-relations skills...
- Advantage: for-profits. As more not-for-profit hospitals struggle and consider hoisting for-sale signs, investor-owned chains appear poised for growthVince Galloro
Mod Healthc 33:52-3, 55, 58. 2003
- "Must-know" legal issues for healthcare CFOSMichael W Peregrine
Gardner, Carton and Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 56:50-7. 2002....
- CMS establishes new audit requirements, proposes new overpayment ruleChristopher L Keough
Powers Pyles Sutter and Verville PC, Washington, D C, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 56:92-4. 2002..The proposed rule defines "overpayment" but leaves many issues open to interpretation...
- Corporate finance is not a bad word. Using complex financial tools that are sound and prudently applied is still a smart approach to managing capitalFred Hessler
Health Forum J 45:suppl 10-1. 2002
- Mixed messages. Not-for-profit hospitals woo investors with turnaround stories, but don't spare details about future challengesMary Chris Jaklevic
Mod Healthc 32:8-9, 3. 2002..The forum, which was launched in 2000 to woo skittish bond investors, reflects hospitals' ongoing challenge to temper their messages for different audiences...
- No more money. NCFE stops payments; hospitals sink further into red. National Century Financial EnterprisesMark Taylor
Mod Healthc 32:12. 2002
- Success with APCsDavid N Fee
3M Health Information Systems, Murray, Utah, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 56:68-72. 2002..Organizational changes may include naming an APC coordinator and a CDM manager and improving the working relationship between the HIM department and the billing office...
- A simple method for calculating the financial balance of a hospital, based on proportional dividingToshio Makie
Department of Medical Information Science, Graduate School of Medical Sciences, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan
J Med Syst 26:105-12. 2002..Consequently, one individual was able to complete the calculation for our hospital, which consists of 1300 beds and 23 clinics, without using the central hospital computer system...
- Loyal clients. Despite Arthur Andersen's indictment, healthcare companies aren't defectingMary Chris Jaklevic
Mod Healthc 32:8-9, 16, 3. 2002..And even if many part ways with Andersen, there's a host of consultants to take its place...
- Rates of return from hospital conversionsFrank A Sloan
Center for Health Policy, Department of Economics, Sanford Institute of Public Policy, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina 27708, USA
Health Care Manage Rev 28:107-17. 2003..We test the hypothesis by comparing internal rates of return to an estimate of the weighted cost of capital for all for-profit hospitals in the year the transaction occurred...
- Bond-market skepticism and stock-market exuberance in the hospital industryJames C Robinson
University of California, Berkeley, School of Public Health, USA
Health Aff (Millwood) 21:104-17. 2002..This turbulence has implications for public payment, antitrust, and financial disclosure policies...
- Making finance work for youJay Marchwinski
University of Virginia Medical Center, Charlottesville, Virginia, USA
Clin Leadersh Manag Rev 16:135-8. 2002..Forming an effective two-way partnership with the staff in your finance department will improve your chances even more...
- Hospital-physician arrangements and hospital financial performanceT L Mark
Project HOPE Center for Health Affairs, Bethesda, MD, USA
Med Care 36:67-78. 1998..and the more recent rise of managed care plans have greatly increased the importance of effective hospital financial management. Because physicians play a central role in directing hospital resource use, policies to influence ..
- [Dimensional modeling analysis for outpatient payments]Yi zhong Guo
Department of Information, First Hospital of Xiamen, Affiliated to the Fujian Medical University
Zhongguo Yi Liao Qi Xie Za Zhi 32:355-8. 2008..a data warehouse model for outpatient payments, which is designed according to the requirements of the hospital financial management while dimensional modeling technique is combined with the analysis on the requirements...
- Debt, investment and endowment accumulation: the case of not-for-profit hospitalsWilliam M Gentry
Graduate School of Business, Columbia University, New York NY 10027, USA
J Health Econ 21:845-72. 2002....
- Ripple effect: ethics begin with the boardLaurie Larson
Trustee 60:8-12, 1. 2007..Understanding and upholding the highest ethical standards has never had higher stakes for boards, but it often means choosing between several "rights."..
- Association of bond, market, operational, and financial factors with multi-hospital system bond issuesC E Carpenter
Graduate Program in Health and Medical Services Administration, Widener University, Chester, PA 19013, USA
J Health Care Finance 28:26-34. 2001..The findings indicate that multi-hospital systems issued larger amounts of debt at a lower cost, were more likely to be insured, had higher debt service coverage and higher operating margins...
- Inefficiency differences between critical access hospitals and prospectively paid rural hospitalsMichael D Rosko
J Health Polit Policy Law 35:95-126. 2010..Non-CAH rural hospitals had a stronger correlation between cost inefficiency and operating margin than CAH facilities did...
- No small change: payment trends call for big preparations for 2006Martin J D'Cruz
Managed Care Services, St Vincent Health, Indianapolis, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 59:50-6, 58, 60. 2005..The shift of volume risk from payers to hospitals. The shift of cost risk from payers to hospitals. The rise of consumer-directed health plans and related pay-for-performance and tiered pricing initiatives...
- Trusts look to the future to fight historic debtsMartin Hensher
Health Serv J 116:16-7. 2006
- Cost accounting in radiology: new directions and importance for policyKarl Muchantef
Queens University School of Medicine, Kingston, ON, K7L 3N6 Canada
AJR Am J Roentgenol 185:1404-7. 2005..In the absence of an accurate payment scheme, margins can vary significantly from one patient to the next...
- Downsizing health coverageHoward Larkin
Hosp Health Netw 79:44-8, 50-2, 2. 2005..Hospitals struggle to provide equitable care to all in the face of a payment system that seems to encourage rationing by income and insurance status. Have we reached the tipping point?..
- Financing change. Hospital relationships with physiciansPaul B Ginsburg
Center for Studying Health System Change, USA
Hosp Health Netw 81:suppl 10. 2007
- The Michigan Hospital ReportM Sonneborn
MHA Policy and Health Delivery Division, Lansing, MI, USA
Mich Health Hosp 34:42. 1998..That continues this year, along with information dealing with community benefits, health status and financial data...
- Aligning physician and hospital incentives: the approach at hospital for special surgeryAnil S Ranawat
Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, NY 10021, USA
Clin Orthop Relat Res 467:2535-41. 2009....
- Redesigning financial management education for the nursing administration graduate studentJ A Lemire
Graduate Program in Nursing, Purdue University IPFW Campus, Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA
J Nurs Adm 30:199-205. 2000..A graduate level financial management course that includes concepts for course content and practice applications is proposed...
- Making it click. Providers are hanging up the phones and heading for the Internet to communicate with health plans. Web-based tools are saving time and money on both endsMary Chris Jaklevic
Mod Healthc 33:24-5, 34. 2003
- The strategic benefits of revenue cycle improvementDale R Stockamp
Stockamp and Associates Inc, Lake Oswego, OR, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 59:74-6, 78, 80. 2005..Ability to attract and retain key personnel. Resources to invest in employee education and training. Expansion of strategic programs...
- Per-minute charge system: defining a planLisa J Poworoznek
FF Thompson Hospital, Canandaigua, N Y, USA
Revenue-cycle Strateg 6:1-3. 2009..The result was improved operating margins, more transparent and defensible prices, and the ability to better analyze productivity...
- How to break even on an acquired primary care networkM D Halley
Ambulatory Management Services, Inc, Westerville, Ohio, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 54:69-74. 2000..By setting a financial target of break-even, primary care practices can experience dramatic improvements...
- Strategic planning for a turnaround. A two-facility Missouri system recaptures the leadership position in its local marketMark G Tozzio
St John s Regional Medical Center, Joplin, MO, USA
Health Prog 84:35-40. 2003
- A financial argument for service-line managementRick L Nevers
Community Health Care Wausau Heart Institute, Wausau, Wisconsin, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 56:38-42. 2002..Hospitals should use service-line management to grow strategically important services. Resources should be deployed appropriately. Hospitals should explore strategies for increasing volume of profitable services...
- Get'em while they're hot. Medical office buildings bring good prices, termsMary Chris Jaklevic
Mod Healthc 33:34-5. 2003
- Seven tactics for hardwiring quality cost savings into hospital operationsJohn Byrnes
Hosp Health Netw 81:34-5. 2007
- [Extent and causes of coding problems for total compensation on the basis of Diagnosis-Related Groups]M Lungen
Institut fur Gesundheitsokonomie und Klinische Epidemiologie, Universitat zu Koln
Dtsch Med Wochenschr 126:1449-53. 2001..Coding errors can have great impact on the height of the reimbursement. A review of the extent and the causes of coding problems does not exist at present...
- Reshuffling the DRG deck. New cardiac DRGs praised for more equitable reimbursements while post-acute-transfer changes are generating some worriesMatthew DoBias
Mod Healthc 35:6-7, 16, 1. 2005..Tom Watson, left, a partner with accounting firm BKD, which specializes in healthcare reimbursement, says it's unlikely the changes will put any hospitals out of business, but they will feel a pinch...
- Transforming financials into exponential changeKen Fisher
Navigant Consulting s Healthcare Practice, Tampa, Fla, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 61:110-2. 2007
- Reorganizing departments of psychiatry, hospitals, and medical centers for the 21st centuryR K Schreter
Sheppard Pratt Health Plan, Baltimore, MD 21204, USA
Psychiatr Serv 49:1429-33. 1998....
- HCA's next move? Asset sale possible to cut debt, analyst saysVince Galloro
Mod Healthc 36:12. 2006
- Next-generation vendor management: the experience of Centura HealthSteve Levin
Connance, Inc, Waltham, Mass, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 64:106-10, 112, 114 passim. 2010..Structure, process, and policies aligned with the strategy and designed to make it operational. Technology to streamline and provide broad access to comprehensive account-level data...
- Managing impossible missions: ethical quandaries and ethical solutionsM Nowicki
Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 55:62-7. 2001..Healthcare financial managers have an ethical duty, based on healthcare codes of ethics and ethical theories, to oppose laws and regulations that put their organizations in untenable legal and ethical situations...
- Steps toward an automated scorecard systemMark Johnson
IDX Systems Corporation, Burlington, VT, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 60:84-8, 90. 2006..Essential considerations for implementing an automated scorecard system are: Clear metrics. Ownership and accountability for all metrics. Rapid feedback on performance. Collaboration. An open information culture...
- [Activity-based financing: is ambulatory care profitable for the institution]M Souchier
Service d Ophtalmologie, Hopital General, Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Dijon, 3, rue du Faubourg Raines, BP 1519, 21000 Dijon cedex, France
J Fr Ophtalmol 33:312-8. 2010..The aim of this study was to evaluate the impact of the 11th version of the National Health System's Activity-Based Financing on the income of a University Hospital department for palpebral, lacrimal, and orbital surgeries...
- High stakes: avoiding risks associated with vendor discountsMax Reynolds
University of California Health System, Oakland, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 60:96-100. 2006..Bundling. Tiered discounts. Free use of high-end equipment in return for protocols or data...
- Alternative strategies: a better alternativeDennis Doody
Commonfund, Wilton, CT, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 64:42-5. 2010..Although alternatives were challenged in the highly volatile environment that existed in 2008 and early 2009, they generally lived up to expectations...
- Leadership and powerJim Summers
Texas State University San Marcos, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 59:96-7. 2005
- Developing a new faculty practice plan with a model for funds flow between the hospital and the planJon R Cohen
North Shore Long Island Jewish Health System, Great Neck, New York 11021, USA
Acad Med 78:119-24. 2003....
- Does quality improvement implementation affect hospital quality of care?Jeffrey A Alexander
School of Public Health, University of Michigan, USA
Hosp Top 85:3-12. 2007..Results supported the proposition that QI implementation is unlikely to improve quality of care in hospital settings without a commensurate fit with the financial, strategic, and market imperatives faced by the hospital...
- Some gift-giving guidanceJulie E Kass
Ober Kaler, Baltimore, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 58:38-40. 2004..Do Medicare beneficiaries need protection from providers bearing gifts? Yes, say Congress and the OIG through guidance on inducements to beneficiaries...
- Hospital Finances and the Quality of Hospital CareGloria Bazzoli; Fiscal Year: 2004..does public policy that affects hospital payments, especially the 1997 Balanced Budget Act and its revisions, influence hospital decisions about quality-related resources and processes and the care their patients receive? ..
- Safety Net Hospitals and Minority Access to Health CareGloria Bazzoli; Fiscal Year: 2009..It is important for policy makers, the public, and the health industry to know what this might mean for access to care if the loss of financial support results in further safety net contraction. ..
- ECONOMIC EVALUATION METHODS--DEVELOPMENT & APPLICATIONSMichael French; Fiscal Year: 2002....
- Hospital quality indicatorsJeffrey Alexander; Fiscal Year: 2002..abstract_text> ..
- COSTS AND BENEFITS OF ALCOHOL SERVICES & INTERVENTIONSMichael French; Fiscal Year: 2005..S. as well as abroad, the proposed study holds important potential to assist researchers, policymakers, and program directors with economic evaluation guidelines and "real world" applications. ..
- DRUG ABUSE TREATMENT SYSTEM SURVEYJeffrey Alexander; Fiscal Year: 2006..In short, NDATSS is well-positioned to become the critical source of information for monitoring and analyzing the on-going evolution of the nation's outpatient drug abuse treatment system. ..
- Economic Consequences of Alcohol Use DisordersMichael French; Fiscal Year: 2008..Finally, the research significance is high because few studies have used contemporary research methods and data to estimate the economic effects of alcohol use and abuse. ..
- Economic Evaluation Methods: Development and ApplicationMichael French; Fiscal Year: 2009....
- Harmonizing Data Standards for Primary CareRobert Phillips; Fiscal Year: 2007..unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..