Superior Productivity in Health Care Organizations: How to Get It, How to Keep It
Dozens of incisive illustrations, tables, flowcharts, and case studies illuminate the text's core concepts of measurement, accountability, simplicity, and fairness. Get the only book that tackles head on the productivity and viability issues on the minds of hospital administrators, physicians, corporate health system staff, practice management administrators, clinical and technical managers, business planning and financial analysts, marketing specialists, health care consultants, and undergraduate and graduate students in health administration.
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The State of the Union
How to Develop Realistic Productivity
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