A Preliminary Look at Hospice Costs: Three Programs : Hillhaven Hospice, Tucson, Arizona, Kaiser-Permanente Hospice, Los Angeles (Norwalk), California, Riverside Hospice, Boonton, New Jersey
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health, 1983 - Hospice care - 71 pages
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administrative allocated indirect analysis analyzed Appendix cost data cost differences Cost per Day cost per home cost per inpatient cost per patient Cost per Visit cost study data collection data were collected Day Cost Direct Labor Employee Benefits factors health maintenance organization Hillhaven Hospice HOME CARE COSTS home care nursing home care program home care services home care visit hospice program Hospice's included indirect cost centers Indirect Nonlabor INPATIENT COSTS inpatient day Kaiser-Permanente Hospice labor and nonlabor labor-related costs M.D. and professional materials and supplies nonlabor cost categories nonlabor-related expenses Nonproductive Payroll nursing staff Occupational Therapist paid hours patient days pay rates payroll cost personnel pice professional fees property and building property expense Purchased Services Radiology Riverside Hospice September 30 service mix services provided skill mix Skilled Nursing staffing level differences study period Subtotal Direct TABLE three hospices unit costs utilization data varied Visit Cost volunteers