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|Statement||submitted by ICF Incorporated to the Office of Health Maintenance Organizations, DHHS.|
|Series||DHHS publication -- no. (PHS) 80-5043.|
|Contributions||ICF Incorporated., United States. Office of Health Maintenance Organizations. Division of Program Promotion.|
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|Pagination||68 p. in various pagings :|
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Case study report on the competitive impact of HMOs in Philadelphia / By United States. Office of Health Maintenance Organizations. and ICF Incorporated. Abstract. Called vol. 2 of a 3 volume set with no collective of access: Internet. 1. Inquiry. Summer;22(2) The competitive effects of HMOs: a review of the evidence. Frank RG, Welch WP. Despite the major methodological strides that have been made in the study of the competitive impact of HMOs and the considerable information gained from case studies, the formulation of substantive conclusions relating to HMO market penetration is in its infancy. In this Cited by: 1. Author(s): ICF Incorporated Title(s): Case study report on the competitive impact of HMOs in Detroit/ submitted by ICF Incorporated to the Office of Health Maintenance Organizations, DHHS contract GH. Some HMOs in the study used almost every hospital in their market area. R. Feldman et al., Creation of competitive markets for hospital services Table 2 HMO characteristics by case study site, Case study site HMO Enrollment New/old' Profit status" ModelOwnership` I A , O N Staff L B , 0 N IPA L Ii C 42, O P Staff N III.
Case study report on the competitive impact of HMOs in Detroit. Rockville, Md.: U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health, Office of Health Maintenance Organizations, Division of Program Promotion, (OCoLC) Material Type. On the last page of her book (p. ) Jan Gregoire Coombs speaks comparable words. This book: The Rise and Fall of HMOs provides the European reader with a splendid insight of policy-making in a case study on a famous HMO and of HMO legislation in Washington. The studies are well documented and many suggestions are made for further reading. 1. Urban Health. Jan-Feb;10(1), A case study on the competitive impact of HMOs in Detroit. [No authors listed] PMID: The First Decade Of Growth. In this DataWatch, we show the growth of HMOs from to Data on HMOs in existence and members enrolled from to are not as reliable as data from
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