Summary: Private, not-for-profit hospitals that are autonomous, self-established, and self-supported.
Publications197 found, 100 shown here
- Why we need the independent sector: the behavior, law, and ethics of not-for-profit hospitalsJill R Horwitz
University of Michigan Law School, USA
UCLA Law Rev 50:1345-411. 2003..The findings provide a new justification for the not-for-profit tax exemption for hospitals, and also suggest new uses for ownership categories as regulatory tools...
- Subsidizing health care providers through the tax code: status or conduct?David A Hyman
University of Illinois, Champaign, USA
Health Aff (Millwood) 25:W312-5. 2006....
- Changes in hospital performance after ownership conversionsYu Chu Shen
Health Policy Center, Urban Institute, Washington DC 20037, USA
Inquiry 40:217-34. 2003..No conversion of any kind led to a reduced amount of unprofitable care, but conversion to private ownership (nonprofit and for-profit) increased the probability of trauma center closures...
- Strategic management and performance differences: nonprofit versus for-profit health organizationsTerrie C Reeves
School of Business Administration, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, USA
Health Care Manage Rev 29:298-308. 2004..We find that deviation from the general profile, but not capability attainment level, is related to two of three financial measures. We conclude that studying FPs and NPs together is appropriate...
- Natural selection. As for-profits thrive, not-for-profits need to adapt to meet community needsDavid Burda
Mod Healthc 34:22. 2004
- Effect of hospital conversion on organizational decision making and service coordinationRuth A Anderson
School of Nursing, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, USA
Health Care Manage Rev 28:141-54. 2003..As predicted from complexity theory, MDs and RNs had greater levels of participation and influence over final decision choices in converted hospitals than in nonconverted hospitals...
- 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...
- Mission, margin, and trust in the nonprofit health care enterpriseThomas L Greaney
Center for Health Law Studies, Saint Louis University, USA
Yale J Health Policy Law Ethics 5:1-87. 2005
- Making the best of a bad (debt) situation. Healthcare organizations shake up their policies in light of increased scrutiny of charity careVince Galloro
Mod Healthc 35:40-3. 2005
- 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
- Priority issues for hospital boardsE George Middleton
E G Middleton, Inc, Norfolk, Virginia, USA
Front Health Serv Manage 21:13-24. 2005..If the board is inept or incompetent, the organization will suffer. In this article I discuss those functions of board governance that I think are among the most important, along with some recommendations for implementing them...
- Getting a grip on governanceJ Larry Tyler
Tyler and Company, Atlanta, USA
Front Health Serv Manage 21:37-42; discussion 43-4. 2005
- 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...
- A comparison of the performance of for-profit and nonprofit U.S. psychiatric inpatient care providers since 1980Pauline Vaillancourt Rosenau
Department of Management and Policy Sciences, School of Public Health, University of Texas Houston Health Science Center, 77225, USA
Psychiatr Serv 54:183-7. 2003..They also compared reported differences in performance between nonprofit and for-profit inpatient psychiatric care providers with reported differences between nonprofit and for-profit providers of other types of health care...
- Does mission still matter? A hospital may forfeit its future by forgetting its communityJ David Seay
National Alliance for the Mentally Ill of New York State, Albany, NY, USA
Health Prog 86:27-31. 2005..In this article, the author seeks to remind leaders of voluntary, not-for-profit institutions, including Catholic institutions, that they neglect community service at their own peril...
- An empirical investigation of for-profit and tax-exempt nonprofit hospitals engaged in joint venturesPamela C Smith
Department of Accounting, College of Business, University of Texas at San Antonio, USA
Health Care Manage Rev 29:284-90. 2004..This article analyzes inherent financial characteristics of nonprofit hospitals that joint venture with for-profit hospitals and those that choose not to joint venture...
- A bigger piece of the pie. For-profit facilities climb to 16% of all community hospitals, as not-for-profits struggle with access to capital, rural challengesVince Galloro
Mod Healthc 34:6-7, 1. 2004..Hillcrest HealthCare System's board decided to sell 10 of its hospitals after taking a hard look at its finances. "We weren't concerned about the short term, but the long term," Don Lorack, left, said...
- Partnerships get scrutinyMark Taylor
Mod Healthc 33:8-9. 2003
- Strictures increased for hospital joint venturesCharlene L McGinty
Powell, Goldstein, Frazer and Murphy LLP, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
GHA Today 47:3. 2003
- Triad's new market strategy: a threat to community hospitalsBeth Horning
States Health 12:1-10. 2004....
- Outsourcing everything. Accelerating use of outsourcing adds to public policy debate while raising questions about hospitals' 'charitable' statusMichael Romano
Mod Healthc 34:24-6, 34. 2004
- Surviving the heat. At Senate, House hearings, lawmakers ask tough questions of high-profile execs regarding tax-exemption status, charityJeff Tieman
Mod Healthc 34:6-7, 16, 1. 2004..The AHA's David Bernd, left, argued that not-for-profits' mission is much wider than just indigent care...
- Mission unaccomplished. Hospitals need to act now to show that serving patients is their only businessTodd Sloane
Mod Healthc 34:17. 2004
- Sole hospital commitment to health promotion and disease prevention (HPDP) services: does ownership matter?Mei Zhao
Department of Health Administration, Virginia Commonwealth University, USA
J Health Hum Serv Adm 26:93-118. 2003..Implications for policy-makers and health care leaders are also discussed...
- The paradox of the not-for-profit hospitalJeffrey P Harrison
Health Administration Program, College of Health, University of North Florida, 4567 St Johns Bluff Road South, Jacksonville, FL 32224, USA
Health Care Manag (Frederick) 23:192-204. 2004..This study clearly documents a threat to the provision of charity care in local communities and the long-term viability of the not-for-profit health care industry in the United States...
- Endangered species? Not-for-profit hospitals face tax-exemption challengeLisa Simonson Maiuro
Medstat, Sacramento, Calif, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 58:74-8, 80, 82 passim. 2004..Such differences could have a bearing on any state's decision regarding whether a hospital should be allowed to retain its tax-exempt status...
- There's no profiting from a joint venture misadventureGary W Herschman
Health and Hospital Law Practice Group, Sills Cummis Epstein and Gross, PC, Newark, NJ, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 58:72-4, 76. 2004..The court decisions in St. David's, coupled with a recent IRS ruling, Revenue Ruling 2004-51, provide insight into how a not-for-profit hospital can structure such a joint venture to avoid jeopardizing its tax-exempt status...
- Hospital cost efficiency and system membershipKathleen Carey
Management Science Group, U S Department of Veterans Affairs, Bedford, MA 01730, USA
Inquiry 40:25-38. 2003..Policymakers should be mindful of potential efficiency gains from hospital consolidations and be aware that common ownership alone may be too general a rubric for evaluating those gains usefully...
- U.S. hospital industry restructuring and the hospital safety netGloria J Bazzoli
Department of Health Administration, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond 23298 0203, USA
Inquiry 40:6-24. 2003..If networks and systems are key parties in negotiating with private payers, SNHs may be going it alone in these negotiations in highly competitive markets...
- The plight of the not-for-profitBramer Owens
Baylor University, Waco, Texas, USA
J Healthc Manag 50:237-50. 2005..Finally, to address recent congressional hearings, the article offers a plan for hospitals to gauge their expected benefit to the community they serve...
- Straight talk. New approaches in healthcareJack Lanier
Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine, Richmond, VA, USA
Mod Healthc 35:31-4. 2005..The session on charity care and tax-exempt status was held on October 4, 2005 at Modern Healthcare's Chicago headquarters. Fawn Lopez, publisher of Modern Healthcare, was the moderator...
- Equal on charity care. Not-for-profts, for-profits are tied: studyJoseph Mantone
Mod Healthc 36:14. 2006
- Charitable formula. Catholic hospitals more clearly define how they measure community benefitCarol Keehan
Catholic Health Association, St Louis, USA
Mod Healthc 36:18. 2006
- Capacity considerations and community benefit expenditures of nonprofit hospitalsH J Bryce
College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia, USA
Health Care Manage Rev 26:24-39. 2001..This places every nonprofit hospital at risk. This article is about certain common factors that impact the management of all nonprofit hospitals and their ability to comply with such laws...
- Corporate finance and consolidation in health careChristal Stone
Health Care Financing and Organization, USA
Find Brief 9:1-3. 2006
- Not for profit hospitals: balancing business and benefitRichard M Cameron
Front Health Serv Manage 23:38. 2006
- Measuring community benefits. Report finds tax-exempts edge out for-profits on givingMelanie Evans
Mod Healthc 36:12. 2006
- Defining & measuring community benefitKaren Sandrick
Hosp Health Netw 80:66, 68, 70 passim. 2006
- 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 community benefit standard for non-profit hospitals: which community, and for whose benefit?Cecilia M Jardon McGregor
J Contemp Health Law Policy 23:302-40. 2007
- What's the right incentive compensation plan?Thomas Flannery
Buck Consultants, Boston, USA
Trustee 60:22-6, 1. 2007..Tying executive compensation to the achievement of financial and quality goals must be carefully planned for maximum growth and community benefit--and minimal legal scrutiny...
- The board's role in capital financingLee Ann Runy
Hosp Health Netw 81:43-8. 2007..Trustees must pay more attention to capital financing as oversight intensifies, rating agencies ask more questions, and the need for new funding sources grows...
- The latest board games. Not-for-profit governance evolves--including a trend toward corporatization--all in the name of quality, transparency!Cinda Becker
Mod Healthc 37:28-30. 2007
- Scheduling challenges. With overhauled Form 990, hospitals are being asked for more specifics on governance, pay, perks, subsidized careMelanie Evans
Mod Healthc 38:6-7, 16, 1. 2008..quot;We look at this as the first step," says the IRS' Theresa Pattara, left, who was project manager for the form's retooling...
- Stop playing politics with charity. CHA's new community benefits measure merely a step in right directionDavid Burda
Mod Healthc 36:20. 2006
- A contemporary reexamination of revenue ruling 69-545 and the promotion of health rationale for exemptionD M Mancino
McDermott, Will and Emery, Los Angeles, CA, USA
J Health Law 34:615-55. 2001..Rather, a flexible approach to promotion of health should be embraced by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), practitioners, and the courts...
- Who'll be celebrating? New year looks promising for many, including merger-ready hospitals and managed care, but challenges are coming on just as strongCinda Becker
Mod Healthc 36:26-9. 2006
- Does the profit motive make Jack nimble? Ownership form and the evolution of the US hospital industrySujoy Chakravarty
H John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA 15213 3890, USA
Health Econ 15:345-61. 2006..Finally, membership in a hospital chain significantly decreases the probability of exit for for-profits, but not not-for-profits...
- How nonprofits matter in American medicine, and what to do about itMark Schlesinger
Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
Health Aff (Millwood) 25:W287-303. 2006..To address these, we propose reformulating ownership-related policies to define both the appropriate forms of community benefit and the appropriate mix of ownership in terms of local markets and communities...
- Correlates of hospital provision of prevention and health promotion servicesE Jose Proenca
Widener University, USA
Med Care Res Rev 60:58-78; discussion 79-84. 2003..Also, for-profit hospitals provide fewer prevention and health promotion services than not-for-profit hospitals. These findings have policy and management implications...
- Antecedents of hospital ownership conversions, mergers, and closuresFrank A Sloan
Center for Health Policy, Law and Management, Duke University, Durham, NC 27708, USA
Inquiry 40:39-56. 2003..By contrast, conversions from for-profit ownership occur quickly following declines in margins. Many mergers seem motivated by a desire to increase market power--a consideration not evident for conversions...
- Nonprofit ownership, private property, and public accountabilityJill Horwitz
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA
Health Aff (Millwood) 25:W308-11. 2006..These trade-offs are significant yet have not been acknowledged in policy debate...
- 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...
- Tax preferences for nonprofits: from per se exemption to pay-for-performanceM Gregg Bloche
Brookings Institution, Washington, DC, USA
Health Aff (Millwood) 25:W304-7. 2006..The better course would be to pay nonprofits for performance, by tying tax benefits to accomplishments (beyond current achievements) in health promotion, quality, and care for the needy...
- Charity care: do not-for-profits influence for-profits?Jan P Clement
Virginia Commonwealth University, USA
Med Care Res Rev 59:59-78. 2002....
- Charitable intentions. CHA, VHA unveil community-benefit guidelines developed to help not-for-profit hospitals justify their tax exemptionsCinda Becker
Mod Healthc 36:6-7, 14, 1. 2006..While the AHA doesn't agree, some experts do. MedPAC member Nancy Kane, right, says bad debt "is a tough one, but I don't think a lot of bad debt is a community benefit...
- A first look at variations in use of breast conserving surgery at five teaching hospitals in JapanTatsuro Ishizaki
Department of Healthcare Economics and Quality Management, School of Public Health, Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine, Japan
Int J Qual Health Care 14:411-8. 2002....
- Use and evaluation of critical pathways in hospitalsJonathan Darer
Department of Medicine, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, MD, USA
Eff Clin Pract 5:114-9. 2002..Although hospitals have devoted substantial resources to critical pathways, it is not known whether they routinely evaluate the clinical or economic effects of these pathways...
- [The DRG law--planning gone wrong? The conversion from the physician's point of view]Bernhard Rochell
Z Arztl Fortbild Qualitatssich 96:527-38. 2002..1 (AR DRG) as the basis for the future German (Refined) DRG system (G-DRG). It is planned for voluntary hospitals to replace the previous German hospital reimbursement system by the new DRG-based hospital funding system ..
- [Combined quantitative and qualitative methods to identify local facilitators of and barriers to physician's adherence to clinical practice guidelines]F Saillour-Glenisson
CCECQA, Hopital Xavier Arnozan, 33604 Pessac Cedex, France
Rev Epidemiol Sante Publique 56:S207-19. 2008..Our objectives were to identify the facilitator factors of and barriers to physician's adherence to CPG in internal medicine wards in France and to determine the factors most strongly statistically associated to CPG adherence...
- Association of hospital resource use with comorbidity status and patient age among hip fracture patients in JapanTatsuro Ishizaki
Department of Healthcare Economics and Quality Management, School of Public Health, Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine, Yoshida konoe cho, Sakyo ku, Kyoto 606 8501 Japan
Health Policy 69:179-87. 2004..This study examined the association of resource use with comorbidity status and patient age among hip fracture patients who underwent surgical treatment...
- "The joy to bless and to relieve mankind": child healthcare at Northampton General Infirmary 1744A N Williams
Child Development Centre, Northampton General Hospital, Northampton NN1 5BD, UK
Arch Dis Child 90:1227-9. 2005..of Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children (1852), children in England were treated and even admitted in voluntary hospitals in spite of rules prohibiting such care...
- 'Lower than a scullery maid'. Is this view of the British Poor Law nurse justified? Examination of probationer registers from Kensington Infirmary, 1890-1916Maria Lorentzon
University of Surrey, England
Int Hist Nurs J 7:4-15. 2003..But were things uniformly bad in nursing? Those who nursed the sick in voluntary hospitals were, undoubtedly, not of the highest class but many, no doubt, gave reasonably good service...
- Optometry in a hospital settingMort Soroka
State University of New York, College of Optometry New York City, NY 10036, USA
J Community Health 30:13-22. 2005..all (90%) of city, county, and federal government hospitals used optometrists as compared to 32% of voluntary hospitals. Optometrists were found to provide a full range of medical ocular services including treatment...
- [Infectious encephalitis in France from 2000 to 2002: the hospital database is a valuable but limited source of information for epidemiological studies]A Mailles
Institut de Veille Sanitaire, 12 14, rue du Val d Osne, 94415 Saint Maurice Cedex, France
Med Mal Infect 37:95-102. 2007..The study will be implemented in mainland France in 2007 and will last one year. We invite all voluntary hospitals to include their encephalitic patients in our study.
- Four candles. Original perspectives and insights into 18th century hospital child healthcareA N Williams
Child Development Centre, Northampton General Hospital, Northampton NN1 5BD, UK
Arch Dis Child 92:75-9. 2007..of Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children (1852) children were treated and even admitted in English Voluntary Hospitals. Among the earliest English 18th century records, that contain the patient's age, are those found at the ..
- [Improvement of quality of practices for the preparation of cytotoxic drugs: results of a "before-after" study]L Gilles
Réseau ONCORA, 69373 Lyon Cedex 08
Bull Cancer 96:839-49. 2009..The first part of the study was conducted at five voluntary hospitals. A total of 65 wipe samples of objects and surfaces were taken in the drug preparation rooms and analyzed ..
- The "ineffable freemasonry of sex": feminist surgeons and the establishment of radiotherapy in early twentieth-century BritainOrnella Moscucci
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK
Bull Hist Med 81:139-63. 2007..long history of feminist opposition to gynecological surgery, but also because it could widen women's access to the medical profession in the face of male exclusion from training posts and honorary appointments at voluntary hospitals.
- Dodging a bullet: Scruggs has four hospital class-action suits dismissedMark Taylor
Mod Healthc 34:14. 2004
- True collaboration: interdisciplinary rounds in nonteaching hospitals--it can be done!Joseph P Falise
CCU CNU, Mercy Hospital, 3663 S Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33133, USA
AACN Adv Crit Care 18:346-51. 2007
- Does governance matter? Board configuration and performance in not-for-profit hospitalsJeffrey A Alexander
Health Management and Policy, University of Michigan School of Public Health, 1420 Washington Heights, Ann Arbor, MI 48109, USA
Milbank Q 84:733-58. 2006..However, effects of governance configuration were more pronounced in freestanding and public NFP hospitals compared with system-affiliated and private NFP hospitals, respectively...
- Not-for-profit hospitals: still a community valueWilliam O Cleverley
Cleverley and Associates, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 62:24-5, 27. 2008
- 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)...
- Buying a not-for-profit hospital. Slow and steady wins the race. Complementary missions can lead to matches made in healthcare heavenVince Galloro
Mod Healthc 34:S14, S16. 2004
- [Organizational recommendations for day surgery]Gilles Bontemps
Agence Nationale d Appui à la Performance des établissements de santé et médico sociaux, 75013 Paris, France Electronic address
Presse Med 43:309-18. 2014..highlights of 15 hospitals selected for their representative performance and analyzing the risks of five voluntary hospitals, mobilization organizational theories from the social sciences, using 53 professional experts...
- Staying power. Community health initiatives face financial pressure, but they are hanging onDaniel P Bourque
VHA Health Foundation, Irving, Texas, USA
Hosp Health Netw 76:72. 2002
- Pharmaceutical company sponsored disease management programs: an alternative for tax-exempt MCOs and hospitalsChristopher M Jedrey
McDermott, Will and Emery, Boston, MA, USA
Manag Care Q 10:11-5. 2002..This article is based on the final IRS regulations and therefore supersedes the original article published in the Winter 2002 issue...
- VHA's ongoing challenge: relevanceC Thomas Smith
Mod Healthc . 2002
- Errors in data on hospital ownershipS Mitchell
Department of Health Policy, Yale University, School of Public Health and Epidemiology, New Haven, CT 06520, USA
Inquiry 38:432-9. 2001..Substantial primary data collection is necessary to accurately account for changes in ownership and system affiliation...
- Charitable obligations. Both sides declare victory in uninsured billing settlements. Will more systems settle rather than fight it out in court?Cinda Becker
Mod Healthc 36:6-7, 16, 1. 2006..Attorney John Phillips, left, says the fact poor people don't have the money to pay is really the impetus behind these lawsuits...
- Rx for low cash yieldsChris Tobe
AEGON Institutional Markets, Louisville, KY, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 57:76-82. 2003..Enhanced cash" strategies offer liquidity and help to preserve capital. Stable value "wrappers" allow hospitals to pursue higher-yielding fixed-income securities without an increase in volatility...
- Mission possible: a financial assistance policyDina Maas
Alegent Health, Omaha, NE, USA
Trustee 59:32, 34, 1. 2006..Finance: Alegent Health in Omaha, Neb., has crafted a financial assistance policy designed to provide care for all patients and protect them from financial hardship...
- Caution: attorneys general are watching your M&A activitiesTodd A Kaltman
Duff and Phelps LLC, Chicago, USA
Trustee 56:30-3, 1. 2003..State AGs have been paying close attention to not-for-profit health care mergers and acquisitions. This article gives you advice on how to protect your organization from a lawsuit...
- Beginning of the end? North Mississippi Health Services' settlement of uninsured billing issues raises questions about future of hospital lawsuitsMark Taylor
Mod Healthc 34:6-7, 16, 1. 2004..North Mississippi Health Services made the agreement before attorney Richard Scruggs, left, and his firm filed legal action against the system...
- Battle in Alabama. Agency, system fight for control of Cullman hospitalMichael Romano
Mod Healthc 35:20. 2005
- Doing good & doing wellK Barnett
Public Health Institute in Alamo, California, USA
Health Forum J 44:12-9. 2001..Hospitals can "do well" economically through a more strategic approach to "doing good."..
- Police thyself. From GPOs and QIOs to not-for-profit hospitals, leaders hope a voluntary-compliance approach can stave off more regulationCinda Becker
Mod Healthc 36:28-30. 2006
- Still in the cross hairs. Charity-care scrutiny continues to dog hospitalsCinda Becker
Mod Healthc 36:7, 16. 2006
- The first of many? Ore. system settles Scruggs' charity-care lawsuitLaura B Benko
Mod Healthc 35:14. 2005
- John M. Eisenberg Patient Safety Awards. System innovation: Concord HospitalPaul N Uhlig
Dartmouth Medical School, Hanover, New Hampshire, USA
Jt Comm J Qual Improv 28:666-72. 2002..A team-based, collaborative rounds process--the Concord Collaborative Care Model--that involved use of a structured communications protocol was conducted daily at each patient's bedside...
- The IRS and the Internet: new issues for tax-exempt organizationsGerald M Griffith
Health Care Department, Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP, Detroit, Michigan, USA
Healthc Financ Manage 56:46-51. 2002..Therefore, providers should carefully monitor all information on their Web sites, including hyperlinks to other Web sites, chat-room and bulletin-board content, and advertisements, to make certain they comply with IRS rules...
- One respiratory care department's contribution to the 'bottom line'L L LeBouef
Tomball Regional Hospital, TX 77375
Respir Care 39:740-5. 1994..The results of this study show that our Respiratory Care Department has assumed the leadership role in the economic viability of our hospital and is its most cost-efficient contributor to health care...
- The fiduciary duties of healthcare directors in the "zone of insolvency"Michael W Peregrine
Gardner, Carton and Douglas, Chicago, Illinois, USA
J Health Law 35:227-62. 2002..In this article, the authors analyze the murky areas of the Zone and give guidance as to when the board's duty may shift-and as to how directors should proceed both in determining their duties and in working to fulfill them...
- Prime Example. A Calif. community's inability to stop a failing not-for-profit hospital from being sold, converted has national implicationsCinda Becker
Mod Healthc 37:6-7, 16, 1. 2007..quot;Everybody is interested in the best thing for their community and yet because of the difficult economics of healthcare, there are no solutions agreeable to all parties," says consultant Phil Dalton, left...
- One for you and two for me: revenue sharing arrangements in charitable healthcare organizationsT K Hyatt
Ober, Kaler, Grimes and Shriver, Washington, USA
J Health Law 34:541-65. 2001....
- Factors influencing variability in compliance rates and clinical outcomes among three different severe sepsis bundlesJeffrey J Fong
School of Pharmacy, Northeastern University, Boston, MA 02115, USA
Ann Pharmacother 41:929-36. 2007While 3 different quality indicator bundles are either approved (Voluntary Hospitals of America [VHA], Institute for Healthcare Improvement [IHI]) or proposed (Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations [JCAHO]) to ..
- Merging, de-merging, and emerging at Deaconess Billings ClinicK Baskin
School of Management and Business, Adelphi University, USA
Physician Exec 26:20-5. 2000....
- Income, location, and the demand for health care from public, nonprofit, and for-profit hospitalsH S Brown
Department of Economics, University of Queensland, St Lucia, Australia
J Health Care Finance 27:24-38. 2001..The analysis shows that poor and Medicaid populations choose for-profit hospitals overall. Income, along with distance, is an important factor in hospital choice...
- Off the hook, for now. Judge rules board not liable in hospital's failureLaura B Benko
Mod Healthc 36:12-3. 2006
- Chancellor allows only restricted freedom for foundation hospitalsNicholas Timmins
BMJ 325:856. 2002
- R.I. hospital, execs indicted. Charges allege bribes were paid to state lawmakerJoseph Mantone
Mod Healthc 36:6. 2006
- 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. ..
- 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? ..
- GLOBAL ANALYSIS OF TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE IN HEALTH CAREDaniel Kessler; Fiscal Year: 2002..abstract_text> ..
- National Impact of IT Investments on Hospital QualityStephen Parente; Fiscal Year: 2009..This research represents a collaborative effort of investigators at the University of Minnesota, Carnegie Mellon University, and the Medical University of South Carolina. ..
- Improving Palliative Care in Chronic Critical IllnessJudith Nelson; Fiscal Year: 2008..The environment is a renowned center for research in geriatric palliative care and chronic critical illness and for clinical research training; the institution offers enthusiastic support. [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Exploring Symptom Control in Chronic Critical IllnessJudith Nelson; Fiscal Year: 2008..Not applicable. [unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Hospital Integration and Medicare Reimbursement PolicyDaniel Kessler; Fiscal Year: 2008..unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Exploring Measurement of Palliative Care Quality in ICUsJudith Nelson; Fiscal Year: 2008..N/A [unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Impact of the Medicare Part D Benzodiazepine Exclusion on Managed Care PatientsSusan Ettner; Fiscal Year: 2008..Our findings will inform the ongoing debate over amending Part D legislation to include BZD coverage by providing objective data to guide policymakers on the likely costs and benefits. [unreadable] [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Costs of Preventing Alcohol Problems in Older AdultsSusan Ettner; Fiscal Year: 2007..abstract_text> ..
- A Model of Patient and Nursing Administration OutomesBarbara Mark; Fiscal Year: 2006..abstract_text> ..
- Treatment Patterns, Expenditures and Outcomes in MBHOsSusan Ettner; Fiscal Year: 2005..e., how psychotherapy visits are associated with outcomes and expenditures. Selection models will be used to estimate this relationship for patients with and without drug use. ..
- PROSPECTIVE INVESTIGATION OF PULMONARY EMBOLISM DX-IIHENRY SOSTMAN; Fiscal Year: 2003..abstract_text> ..
- Nurse Staffing, Financial Performance, Quality of CareBarbara Mark; Fiscal Year: 2009....
- Chronic Critical Illness: Symptoms/Associated OutcomesJudith Nelson; Fiscal Year: 2006..We plan to evaluate such interventions in a future phase of research. ..