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Title
Health care indicators.
First Author
Donham, Carolyn S
Date of Pub
1994 Winter
Pages
201-231
Volume
16
Issue
2
Other Authors
Sensenig, Arthur L
Abstract
This regular feature of the journal includes a discussion of each of the following four topics: community hospital statistics; employment, hours, and earnings in the private health sector; health care prices; and national economic indicators. These statistics are valuable in their own right for understanding the relationship between the health care sector and the overall economy. In addition, they allow us to anticipate the direction and magnitude of health care cost changes prior to the availability of more comprehensive data.
Abstract Continued
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MeSH
Data Collection : Employment/statistics & numerical data : Fees and Charges/classification : Health Personnel/economics/statistics & numerical data : Hospitals, Community/economics/statistics & numerical data : Inflation, Economic/statistics & numerical data : Private Sector/statistics & numerical data : Salaries and Fringe Benefits/statistics & numerical data : United States : United States Health Care Financing Administration
NTIS Number
PB99-106486