Health services administration; policy cases and the case method.


Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1968.

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Subjects Community Health Services.
Health services administration -- Case studies.
Health services administration -- Study and teaching.
Health services administration.
Public Health Administration.
SanteĢ publique -- Administration.
Description xv, 460 pages 24 cm
Copyright Date 1968.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Cooperative planning for a new school of nursing -- Physician response to a governmental health plan: the Saskatchewan experience -- Unionization of the hospitals in New York City -- Inpatient psychiatric services in a general hospital: the Grace-New Haven experience -- The medical care program of the United Mine workers welfare and retirement fund -- Medical practice in a group settting: the Russellton experience -- Changing a community's pattern of medical care: the Russellton experience -- The Massachuessetts health protection clinics -- Health services in Chile -- Nationalized health services: the British experience -- Drug costs and utilization: the Massachussetts public assistance experience -- The case method and the training of health service administrators -- Course development -- An essay on terminology: the case study, the case report, and similar terms (with a note on the teaching of public health administration) -- Considerations on the use and nature of case studies in teaching and medical care administration.
Genre Case studies.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)413703
(OCoLC)ocm00413703
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