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Title
The Bedford-Stuyvesant/Crown Heights demonstration project.
First Author
Wolfe, Harry B
Date of Pub
1984 Summer
Pages
63-69
Volume
5
Issue
4
Other Authors
Lee, A James; Venable, Ann
Abstract
The Bedford-Stuyvesant/Crown Heights demonstration project in Brooklyn, New York, provided Federal and New York State funds to offset the deficits of three hospitals and three freestanding health centers while the six institutions worked to improve service quality and financial viability of the local health care system. The demonstration project resulted in a merger between two of the participants: at the end of 1982, the Jewish Hospital and Medical Center of Brooklyn and St. John's Episcopal Hospital of Brooklyn merged to form Interfaith Medical Center.
Abstract Continued
N/A
MeSH
Community Health Centers/economics : Cost Control/methods : Financial Management, Hospital/methods : Financial Management/methods : Health Facility Merger/economics : Hospitals, Municipal/economics : Hospitals, Public/economics : Multi-Institutional Systems/organization & administration : New York City : Pilot Projects : Support, U.S. Gov't, Non-P.H.S.
NTIS Number
PB84-229343