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Guthrie, M.B., 1981:
Hospital-medical staff collaboration key to survival

Burns, L.R., 1985:
Hospital-medical staff tensions: an historical overview and analysis

Schaum, K.D., 2002:
Hospital-owned Outpatient Department Prospective Payment System Final Rule

Sturm, W.C.; Naples, G.J., 1986:
Hospital-owned collection agencies: concerns and considerations

Anonymous, 1998:
Hospital-owned health plans grow

Burda, D., 1991:
Hospital-owned home medical equipment firms in California targeted in fraud, antitrust probes

Campbell, S., 1998:
Hospital-owned physician practices fail because hospitals fail to plan for them

Anonymous, 1999:
Hospital-owned practices succeed with solid teams

Nemeth, L.B.; Kinkus, C.A., 1988:
Hospital-physician alliances and the MT

McManis, G.L.; Stewart, J.A., 1992:
Hospital-physician alliances: building an integrated medical delivery system

Mark, T.L.; Evans, W.N.; Schur, C.L.; Guterman, S., 1998:
Hospital-physician arrangements and hospital financial performance

Leech, J.D., 1992:
Hospital-physician arrangements: the new IRS position

Speaker, R., 1987:
Hospital-physician bonding

Anonymous, 1988:
Hospital-physician bonding: the computer connection

McElroy, T., 1988:
Hospital-physician bonding: the ultimate strategy

Enders, R.J., 1986:
Hospital-physician collaboration and competition: the antitrust connection

Becker, S.; Nino, K., 1999:
Hospital-physician compensation methods under the Stark Act

Morrissey, J., 1994:
Hospital-physician computer link needed

Cummins, J.R.; Mathis, S.J., 1994:
Hospital-physician contracting

Fanucchi, J.J., 1984:
Hospital-physician cooperation in health promotion: the opportunity is there

Powell, B.; McCullough, M.L., 1985:
Hospital-physician cooperation: a case study

Kyle, F.; Metry, R., 1992:
Hospital-physician imaging ventures

Tompkins, R.K.; Francoeur, A., 2000:
Hospital-physician integration: are we prepared for the future?

Lemieux-Charles, L.; Leatt, P., 1992:
Hospital-physician integration: case studies of community hospitals

Anonymous, 1985:
Hospital-physician joint ventures

Blair, J.D.; Slaton, C.R.; Savage, G.T., 1990:
Hospital-physician joint ventures: a strategic approach for both dimensions of success

Lockman, S.M.; Nuyen, J.G., 1986:
Hospital-physician joint ventures: a two-year update

Lockman, S.M., 1984:
Hospital-physician joint ventures: an opportunity and a challenge

Anonymous, 1992:
Hospital-physician joint ventures: beware of hospitals bearing gifts

Bromberg, R.S., 1992:
Hospital-physician joint ventures: new, menacing IRS stance

Mancino, D.M., 1983 :
Hospital-physician joint ventures: some crucial considerations

Kurtz, R.D., 1992:
Hospital-physician joint ventures: updated for the '90s

Anonymous, 2001:
Hospital-physician relations in the millennium: no more "holding hands and jumping off a cliff"

Peterson, D., 1991:
Hospital-physician relations. Beyond courtship to the ties that bind

Hicks, D., 1986:
Hospital-physician relations: 1992. Three scenarios

Orr, S.R.; Siegal, J.T., 1986:
Hospital-physician relations: overcoming barriers to cooperation

Cejka, S.A., 1994:
Hospital-physician relations: the recruitment perspective

McMahon, J.A., 1975:
Hospital-physician relations: where do we go from here?

Coile, R.C., 1991:
Hospital-physician relationships in the 1990s

Swisher, K.N.; Begun, J.W.; Ulmer, D.L., 1999:
Hospital-physician relationships in the integrated delivery system: an ethical analysis

White, J.H., 1993:
Hospital-physician relationships: a hurdle on the road to reform

Meighan, S.S., 1988:
Hospital-physician relationships: some factors beneath the surface

Berry, K., 1999:
Hospital-physician relationships: what's working, what's not working

Wheeler, J.R.; Wickizer, T.M.; Shortell, S.M., 1986:
Hospital-physician vertical integration

Wagner, M., 1991:
Hospital-product suppliers mobilize

Anonymous, 1981:
Hospital-purchased physician supplies: a violation of antitrust statutes?

Anonymous, 1978:
Hospital-related legislation 95th Congress: final action

Brennan, P.J., 1998:
Hospital-resource utilization and tuberculosis

Smith, D.G., 1992:
Hospital-reviewer relations and effective utilization review

Anonymous, 1992:
Hospital-run respite center relieves caregivers

Anonymous, 2002:
Hospital-school asthma prevention collaboration improves outcomes for both

Lemkin, J.W.; Rich, J.P., 1983:
Hospital-sponsored PPOs: a practical guide to structural and organizational options

Williams, S.J.; Wickizer, T.M.; Shortell, S.M., 1982:
Hospital-sponsored ambulatory care: a national survey

Anonymous, 1982:
Hospital-sponsored child care: expanded employee benefit

Gilmartin, J.; Larson, G.; Glass, G., 1989:
Hospital-sponsored childcare: three perspectives

Nelson, S.R., 1985:
Hospital-sponsored group practice

Kenkel, P.J., 1992:
Hospital-sponsored health plans battle the big guys

van Amerongen, D., 1996:
Hospital-sponsored networks. The rush to consolidate and the future of medical practice

Blake, A., 1981:
Hospital-sponsored parties bring health education into neighborhood homes

Williams, S.J.; Shortell, S.M.; Dowling, W.L.; Urban, N., 1978:
Hospital-sponsored primary care group practices: a developing modality of care

Block, J.A.; Brideau, L.C.; Burns, A.K.; Lear, J.G., 1980:
Hospital-sponsored primary care: the community hospital program

Richman, D., 1985:
Hospital-staff ventures popular, but critics question their worth

Lowes, R., 2001:
Hospital-stay guidelines: just plain weird

Guliaev, V.A.; Kartashov, V.T., 2001:
Hospital-substitutive technologies--grounds for reforming therapeutic and diagnostic base of the military health system

Anonymous, 1985:
Hospital-supported day care centers prove cost-effective

Gogno, A., 1989:
Hospital-to-doctor programs. Referral service packs long-distance punch

Mäkikyrö, T.; Sauvola, A.; Moring, J.; Veijola, J.; Nieminen, P.; Järvelin, M.R.; Isohanni, M., 1999:
Hospital-treated psychiatric disorders in adults with a single-parent and two-parent family background: a 28-year follow-up of the 1966 Northern Finland Birth Cohort

Anonymous, 1982:
Hospital-wide BP screen aims to spot borderline hypertensives

Page, D., 2000:
Hospital-wide PACS need tighter data security

Jezierski, M., 1998:
Hospital-wide domestic violence education

Pendon, L.N., 1981:
Hospital-wide education in a small community hospital

Hoffman, V., 1998:
Hospital-wide education on venous access devices

Wilson, C., 1975 :
Hospital-wide education--getting started

Seemann, S.; Soukup, S.M.; Adams, P., 2000:
Hospital-wide intravenous initiative

Hammond, J.C., 1991:
Hospital-wide network increases information access

Cannavo, M., 1988:
Hospital-wide optical storage

Hazen, M.; Miller, K.; Finley, F.R., 1998:
Hospital-wide standardization effort nets big savings

Anonymous, 1984:
Hospital/HHA cooperative delivery models

Anonymous, 1984:
Hospital/HHA relations--overview

Abrahamsen, M.B., 1985:
Hospital/HMO contracts need careful evaluation

Rice, M.F., 1985:
Hospital/health facilities and the Hill-Burton obligations: a secret from the black community

O'Donnell, K.P., 1986:
Hospital/home care. Why are many hospitals having trouble with home care?

Meighan, S.S., 1989:
Hospital/medical staff relationships: should we forgive each other?

Anthony, M.F., 1994 :
Hospital/physician collaboration: how will it change governance?

Peregrine, M.W.; Waller, A.A.; O'Dwyer, J.S., 1994:
Hospital/physician contracting and the illegality defense

Lipson, A., 1990:
Hospital/physician interface capabilities in the medical community

Morrison, A., 1992:
Hospital/physician joint ventures--alternatives for the future

Blankenau, R., 1990:
Hospital/physician linkups

Muller, J.H., 1985:
Hospital/physician networking. Partners-in-change

Anonymous, 1983:
Hospital/physician partnership: a blueprint for success of the osteopathic hospital

McCarthy, G.J., 1992:
Hospital/physician relations. How to manage and improve ties with group practices

Goldsmith, J., 1993:
Hospital/physician relationships: a constraint to health reform

Anonymous, 1982:
Hospital/physician relationships: meeting tomorrow's challenges

Doyle, S.X.; Boudreau, J.G., 1989:
Hospital/supplier partnership

Hansen, B., 1993:
Hospital: County Council gave all power to medical directors

Mulholland, H., 2002:
Hospital: a place of safety?

Mallet, J., 1996:
Hospital: values of a teaching enterprise

Anonymous, 1996:
HospitalPulse ... December 1995

Anonymous, 1997:
HospitalPulse ... December 1996

Anonymous, 1996:
HospitalPulse ... February 1996

Anonymous, 1997:
HospitalPulse ... February 1997

Anonymous, 1996:
HospitalPulse ... January 1996

Anonymous, 1997:
HospitalPulse ... January 1997

Anonymous, 1996:
HospitalPulse ... July 1996

Anonymous, 1996:
HospitalPulse ... June 1996

Anonymous, 1996 :
HospitalPulse ... March 1996

Anonymous, 1997:
HospitalPulse ... November 1996

Anonymous, 1997:
HospitalPulse ... October 1996

Anonymous, 1997:
HospitalPulse ... September 1996

Anonymous, 1996:
HospitalPulse--October 1995

Anonymous, 1996:
HospitalPulse. April 1996

Anonymous, 1997:
HospitalPulse. August 1996

Anonymous, 1996:
HospitalPulse. May 1996

Anonymous, 1996:
HospitalPulse. November 1995

Thomas, M.; Bedford-Russell, A.; Sharland, M., 2000:
Hospitalisation for RSV infection in ex-preterm infants-implications for use of RSV immune globulin

Sridharan, B.; Arshad, P.; Marcos, M., 2002:
Hospitalisation in first-episode psychosis

Phelan, P.D.; Bishop, J.; Baxter, K.; Duckett, S.J., 1992:
Hospitalisation of children under 15 years in Victoria

Brameld, K.J.; Holman, C.D.; Bass, A.J.; Codde, J.P.; Rouse, I.L., 1999:
Hospitalisation of the elderly during the last year of life: an application of record linkage in Western Australia 1985-1994

Beijer, H.J.M.; de Blaey, C.J., 2002:
Hospitalisations caused by adverse drug reactions (ADR): a meta-analysis of observational studies

Melamed, D.Y., 2001:
Hospitalised mentally ill patients vote in Israel

Sharma, S.; Chopra, S., 1998:
Hospitalised patients' need for information. A study

Gooden, B.R.; Smith, M.J.; Tattersall, S.J.; Stockler, M.R., 2001:
Hospitalised patients' views on doctors and white coats

MacKenzie, T.D., 2000:
Hospitalised smokers: characteristics, treatment, and transition to ambulatory care

Sheldon, L., 1997:
Hospitalising children: a review of the effects

Epperson, W.J., 1998:
Hospitalism debate

Maviglia, S.M.; Bates, D., 1999:
Hospitalism in the USA

Rudnick, A., 1996:
Hospitalism/institutionalization

Anonymous, 1999:
Hospitalist

Kertesz, L., 2000:
Hospitalist care flourishes, amid physician concerns

Brown, R.G., 1998:
Hospitalist concept: another dangerous trend

Anonymous, 1997:
Hospitalist model can lower LOS, land contracts

Anonymous, 1999:
Hospitalist model holds potential for big bed day reductions, huge savings in Medicare risk

MacDonald, W.J.; Monik, L., 2001:
Hospitalist model: advantages and concerns

Coles, 1999:
Hospitalist neurology. Blue books of practical neurology

Daniels, J.C., 1999:
Hospitalist programs are acceptable if they are voluntary

Cook, E.C., 2001:
Hospitalist programs: are they good for your practice?

Lurie, J.D.; Wachter, R.M., 1999:
Hospitalist staffing requirements

Fitzgerald, F.T., 1999:
Hospitalists

Volpintesta, E.J., 1998:
Hospitalists a positive addition to medicine

Bryant, D.C., 1999:
Hospitalists and 'officists' preparing for the future of general internal medicine

Smith, L.G., 1999:
Hospitalists and officists

Kemper, A.R.; Freed, G.L., 2002:
Hospitalists and residency medical education: measured improvement

Lindenauer, P.K.; Pantilat, S.Z.; Katz, P.P.; Wachter, R.M., 1999:
Hospitalists and the practice of inpatient medicine: results of a survey of the National Association of Inpatient Physicians

Lindenauer, P.K., 1999:
Hospitalists and the practice of inpatient medicine: results of the UCSF-NAIP survey

Cebrian, L.E., 1999:
Hospitalists are a lousy idea

Anonymous, 1998:
Hospitalists are a sensible strategy for managing inpatient costs

Weber, D., 1999:
Hospitalists are conduits for evidence-based care

Anonymous, 1997:
Hospitalists can cut LOS, help get MCO contracts

Anonymous, 1999:
Hospitalists deliver high performance for capitated provider groups

Smith, M., 1997:
Hospitalists fill important new staffing niche

Mainous, A.G.; Baker, R.; Parker, S.G., 2000:
Hospitalists for the NHS?

Jaklevic, M.C., 1999:
Hospitalists gain ground. The next issue is whether using them should be mandated

Murin, S., 2000:
Hospitalists in the intensive care unit: an intensivist perspective

Piturro, M., 2002:
Hospitalists make it look easy

Johnson, D.E., 2001:
Hospitalists may help relieve nurse shortage

Thompson, C.A., 1999:
Hospitalists offer prospect for increased efficiencies

Anonymous, 2002:
Hospitalists prove their worth for capitated providers, plans

Coile, R.C., 2001:
Hospitalists redefine future of inpatient medicine

Coile, R.C., 2001:
Hospitalists redefine the future of inpatient medicine

Anonymous, 1998:
Hospitalists reduce LOS, slash costs in academic medical center

Fine, A., 1998:
Hospitalists reducing cost of hospital care

Johnson, D.E., 2001:
Hospitalists' leadership key to IOM's 21st century aims

Plauth, W.H.; Pantilat, S.Z.; Wachter, R.M.; Fenton, C.L., 2001:
Hospitalists' perceptions of their residency training needs: results of a national survey

Wolfe, S., 2000:
Hospitalists. Good or bad news for nurses?

Hook, K.; Kasperski, J., 2001:
Hospitalists: a bandage on a gaping wound

Anonymous, 2000:
Hospitalists: a must-have for capitated organizations

Henneman, E.A., 1998:
Hospitalists: a nurse's point of view

Chaty, B., 1998:
Hospitalists: an efficient, new breed of inpatient caregivers

Bellin, E., 1999:
Hospitalists: cost and quality of care

Anonymous, 1999:
Hospitalists: do they represent a best practice for patients? Part I

Anonymous, 2000:
Hospitalists: not for larger facilities only

Flanders, S.A.; Wachter, R.M., 2003:
Hospitalists: the new model of inpatient medical care in the United States

Lieberman, F., 2000:
Hospitalists: they've made me a believer

Geehr, E.C.; Nelson, J.R., 2002:
Hospitalists: who they are and what they do

Smaroff; Krawcheck; McGregor; Rubin, 2000:
Hospitalists: will hospitalists care for our surgical patients?

Cadoré, B., 2002:
Hospitality as a philosophy of caring

Davis, D., 1988:
Hospitality audits

Olarsh, E., 1988:
Hospitality designers: have you taken your healthcare pulse lately?

Lawrence, J., 1997:
Hospitality giant builds its own workers' comp network in Florida. Marriott International Florida Workers' Comp

Anonymous, 1986:
Hospitality incentive program "keeps the energy of excellence in motion"

Bizouati, S., 1993:
Hospitality services generate revenue

Manteigas, A., 2002:
Hospitality: source of wellbeing

Icks, A.; Rosenbauer, J.; Haastert, B.; Giani, G., 2001:
Hospitalization among diabetic children and adolescents and non-diabetic control subjects: a prospective population-based study

Icks, A.; Rosenbauer, J.; Holl, R.W.; Grabert, M.; Rathmann, W.; Giani, G., 2001:
Hospitalization among diabetic children and adolescents and the general population in Germany. German Working Group for Pediatric Diabetology

Albert, S.M.; Costa, R.; Merchant, C.; Small, S.; Jenders, R.A.; Stern, Y., 1999:
Hospitalization and Alzheimer's disease: results from a community-based study

Cline, C.M.J.; Broms, K.; Willenheimer, R.B.; Israelsson, B.A.; Erhardt, L.R., 1996:
Hospitalization and Health Care Costs Due to Congestive Heart Failure in the Elderly

Møller, C.; Kehlet, H.; Ottesen, B.S., 1999:
Hospitalization and convalescence after hysterectomy. Open or laparoscopic surgery?

Melchiorre, P.J., 1996:
Hospitalization and discharge outcome of trauma patients sustaining sciatic nerve or sciatic branch injuries

McLaughlin, J.G.; Smith, R.J.; Mattice, C.R.; Scholten, D.J., 1993:
Hospitalization and injury influence on the prosecution of drunk drivers

Thompson, R.S.; Hall, N.K.; Szpiech, M., 1999:
Hospitalization and mortality rates for nursing home-acquired pneumonia

Denholm, C.J., 1985:
Hospitalization and the adolescent patient: a review and some critical questions

Crown, W.H.; Neslusan, C.; Russo, P.A.; Holzer, S.; Ozminkowski, R.; Croghan, T., 2001:
Hospitalization and total medical costs for privately insured persons with schizophrenia

Anonymous, 1979:
Hospitalization and treatment procedures for the mentally ill

Anonymous, 1978:
Hospitalization and treatment procedures for the mentally ill: confidentiality

Anonymous, 1978:
Hospitalization and treatment procedures for the mentally ill: examination of patient records

Anonymous, 1978:
Hospitalization and treatment procedures for the mentally ill: right to refuse treatment

Guliaev, V.A.; Kartashov, V.T., 2002:
Hospitalization as one of summarizing indices of medical support of servicemen

López Benito, I.; Baydal, R., 1993:
Hospitalization at home in the rural environment

Anonymous, 1997:
Hospitalization at home--home care. Evaluating the importance of the home in tomorrow's health care

de L.Mure, C., 1998:
Hospitalization at home: an alternative to traditional hospitalization

Anonymous, 1996:
Hospitalization at home: an original training experience

de L.Mure, C., 1998:
Hospitalization at home: the nurses' point of view

de L.Mure, C., 1998:
Hospitalization at home: the patient's point of view

Salit, S.A.; Kuhn, E.M.; Hartz, A.J.; Vu, J.M.; Mosso, A.L., 1998:
Hospitalization costs associated with homelessness in New York City

Zhao, S.Z.; Wong, J.M.; Arguelles, L.M., 1999:
Hospitalization costs associated with leiomyoma

Jégou, J.; Hansmann, Y.; Chalot, F.; Roger, M.; Faivre, B.; Granel, F.; Scrivener, Y.; Cairey-Remonnay, S.; Bernard, P., 2002:
Hospitalization criteria for erysipelas: prospective study in 145 cases

Sannier, N.; Timsit, S.; Boursiquot, C.; Garel, D.; Bocquet, N.; Chéron, G., 2001:
Hospitalization criteria in emergency asthmatic+ crises

Laurichesse, H.; Gerbaud, L.; Baud, O.; Gourdon, F.; Beytout, J., 2002:
Hospitalization decision for ambulatory patients with community-acquired pneumonia: a prospective study with general practitioners in France

Cabañes Argudo, M.; Villar Grimalt, A.; Puche Azorín, P., 1996:
Hospitalization demand for medical specialties in a health area with 200,000 inhabitants

Stembera, Z.; Holub, J., 1996:
Hospitalization during pregnancy--the professional versus the economic viewpoint

Sweeney, L.; Zingher, G., 1979:
Hospitalization enhances creativity

Oster, G., 1999:
Hospitalization for 5-FU toxicity in metastatic colorectal cancer: incidence and cost

Sweitzer, N.; Warner Stevenson, L., 2001:
Hospitalization for Heart Failure in the Elderly

LaGuardia, K.D., 1997:
Hospitalization for abnormal uterine bleeding: what does this tell us about changing practices?

Lapeña López de Armentia, S.; Castañón López, L.; Martínez Badás, J.P.; Alvaro Iglesias, E., 2001:
Hospitalization for acute bronchiolitis, gestational age, and palivizumab

Moulin, F.; Marc, E.; Lorrot, M.; Coquery, S.; Sauvé-Martin, H.; Ravilly, S.; Lebon, P.; Raymond, J.; Brunet, F.; Gendrel, D., 2002:
Hospitalization for acute community-acquired rotavirus gastroenteritis: a 4-year survey

Brown, A.D.; Goldacre, M.J.; Hicks, N.; Rourke, J.T.; McMurtry, R.Y.; Brown, J.D.; Anderson, G.M., 2001:
Hospitalization for ambulatory care-sensitive conditions: a method for comparative access and quality studies using routinely collected statistics

Albernaz, E.P.; Menezes, A.M.; César, J.A.; Victora, C.G.; Barros, F.C., 2001:
Hospitalization for bronchiolitis: a risk factor for recurrent wheezing

Lewis, M., 1980:
Hospitalization for childbirth in Sydney, 1870-1939; the modern maternity hospital and the improvement in the health of women

Ford-Jones, E.L.; Wang, E.; Petric, M.; Corey, P.; Moineddin, R.; Fearon, M., 2000:
Hospitalization for community-acquired, rotavirus-associated diarrhea: a prospective, longitudinal, population-based study during the seasonal outbreak. The Greater Toronto Area/Peel Region PRESI Study Group. Pediatric Rotavirus Epidemiology Study for Immunization

Grigioni, F.; Carinci, V.; Favero, L.; Bacchi Reggiani, L.; Magnani, G.; Potena, L.; Barbieri, A.; Magelli, C.; Branzi, A.; Magnani, B., 2002:
Hospitalization for congestive heart failure: is it still a cardiology business?

Sharan, H.; Yahav, J.; Peleg, D.; Ben-Rafael, Z.; Merlob, P., 2002:
Hospitalization for early bonding of the genetic mother after a surrogate pregnancy: report of two cases

Gallagher, E.J., 1997:
Hospitalization for fainting: high stakes, low yield

McMahon, L.F.; Wolfe, R.; Huang, S.; Tedeschi, P.; Manning, W.; Edlund, M., 1998:
Hospitalization for gastrointestinal and liver diseases: the effect of socioeconomic and medical supply factors

Stern, E.; Benbassat, C.A.; Nahshoni, A.; Blum, I., 2001:
Hospitalization for general medical conditions among diabetic patients in Israel

Schenck, A.P.; Craig, S., 1999:
Hospitalization for hip fractures among North Carolina's Medicare population

Svanes, C.; Omenaas, E.; Eide, G.E.; Fluge, O.; Gulsvik, A., 1999:
Hospitalization for lung disease in early childhood and asthma symptoms in young adulthood

Chabra, A.; Chávez, G.F.; Harris, E.S.; Shah, R., 1999:
Hospitalization for mental illness in adolescents: risk groups and impact on the health care system

Lebedeva, I.V.; Kudrin, A.V.; Romanov, V., 2002:
Hospitalization for morbidity with respiratory diseases in residents of an industrial city

Baligand, S., 1995:
Hospitalization for myocardial infarction

Garripoli, A.; Mondardini, A.; Turco, D.; Martinoglio, P.; Secreto, P.; Ferrari, A., 2001:
Hospitalization for peptic ulcer bleeding: evaluation of a risk scoring system in clinical practice

Callahan, C.M.; Wolinsky, F.D., 1996:
Hospitalization for pneumonia among older adults

Säynäjäkangas, P.; Keistinen, T.; Honkanen, P.O.; Kivelä, S.L., 1997:
Hospitalization for pneumonia in the Finnish working-age population

Wolinsky, F.D.; Krygiel, J.; Wyrwich, K.W., 2002:
Hospitalization for prostate cancer among the older men in the longitudinal study on aging, 1984-1991

Oron, Y.; Shahar, A.; Dolev, E., 2000:
Hospitalization for renal colic in the emergency room of a large central hospital in Israel: epidemiological features and clinical manifestations

Iribarren, C.; Sidney, S.; Jacobs, D.R.; Weisner, C., 2000:
Hospitalization for suicide attempt and completed suicide: epidemiological features in a managed care population

Tomić, B.; Mayer, M.; Cikes, N.; Kuzman, M., 2001:
Hospitalization for systemic connective tissue diseases in Croatia in 1997: examples of the use of hospital morbidity registery data bases

Bessho, D.M., 1995:
Hospitalization for tuberculosis: ensure due process for persons involuntarily hospitalized

McDonald, D.M., 1985:
Hospitalization from a patient's point of view

Capucci, A., 2000:
Hospitalization in ICD recipients

Gasquet, I.; Choquet, M., 1994:
Hospitalization in a pediatric ward of adolescent suicide attempters admitted to general hospitals

Werner, E.L., 1993:
Hospitalization in cases of fetal death

Saint Jean, O.; Thibert, J.B.; Holstein, J.; Bourdiol, M.C.; Verny, M.; Berigaud, S.; Verny, C.; Bouchon, J.P., 1993:
Hospitalization in internal medicine of nonagenarians. Study of 150 cases

Fried, L.; Abidi, S.; Bernardini, J.; Johnston, J.R.; Piraino, B., 1999:
Hospitalization in peritoneal dialysis patients

Duclos, J.; Perurena, M.; Martínez, M.; Penña, A., 1995:
Hospitalization in the elderly patient: a risk or benefit?

Niveau, G., 1999:
Hospitalization in the prison milieu. Postpenal consultations

Verrelli, M.; Fontaine, B.; Kraushar, M.; Fine, A., 2002:
Hospitalization is not necessary for peritoneal dialysis catheter insertion

Antolín García, M.T.; Izquierdo Patrón, M.; Ferreras de la Fuente, A.M., 2000:
Hospitalization management in pneumo application of an appropriateness protocol

Croft, A.M.; Hoad, N.A.; Dale, R.F., 1999:
Hospitalization of British troops during Operation Joint Endeavor (Bosnia)

Penner, N.R., 1977:
Hospitalization of adolescents: insurance coverage

Tretter, F., 1999:
Hospitalization of alcoholics is of primary importance. Interview

Segura, A.; Rajmil, L., 1997:
Hospitalization of children and gender

Anonymous, 1998:
Hospitalization of children born to human immunodeficiency virus-infected women in Europe. The European Collaborative Study

Ogilvie, L., 1990:
Hospitalization of children for surgery: the parents' view

Vallgårda, S., 1996:
Hospitalization of deliveries: the change of place of birth in Denmark and Sweden from the late nineteenth century to 1970

al-Adsani, A.; Famuyiwa, O., 2001:
Hospitalization of diabetics 12-30 years of age in Kuwait: patients' characteristics, and frequency and reasons for admission

Reif, Y.M., 1987:
Hospitalization of infants

Aizen, E.; Swartzman, R.; Clarfield, A.M., 2001:
Hospitalization of nursing home residents in an acute-care geriatric department: direct versus emergency room admission

Castle, N.G.; Mor, V., 1996:
Hospitalization of nursing home residents: a review of the literature, 1980-1995

Berner, Y.N., 2002:
Hospitalization of nursing home residents: the lesson to be studied

Lynn, J., 1997:
Hospitalization of nursing home residents: the right rate?

Matusevich, D.; García, A.; Gutt, S.; de la Parra, I.; Finkelsztein, C., 2002:
Hospitalization of patients with anorexia nervosa: a therapeutic proposal

Leamon, M.H.; Gibson, D.R.; Canning, R.D.; Benjamin, L., 2002:
Hospitalization of patients with cocaine and amphetamine use disorders from a psychiatric emergency service

Lampl, C.; Klingler, D.; Deisenhammer, E.; Hagenbichler, E.; Neuner, L.; Pesec, B., 2002:
Hospitalization of patients with neurological disorders and estimation of the need of beds and of the related costs in Austria's non-profit hospitals

Wasch, S.W., 1982:
Hospitalization of profoundly and severely mentally retarded children

Trabacchi, G.; Alvin, P., 2000:
Hospitalization of suicidal adolescents

Barrette, G., 2000:
Hospitalization of the aged and the effect of following home care

Faustino, A.Margarida.; Moreira, A.Margarida.; Martinho, C.; Silva, M.Graça.M., 2002:
Hospitalization of the aged: an approach focused on preventive aspects

Gottlieb, D.; Kipnis, M.; Sister, E.; Lipkin, N.; Medvedev, M.; Brill, S., 1998:
Hospitalization of the elderly for stroke rehabilitation

Brooks, A.D., 1978:
Hospitalization of the mentally ill: the legislative role

Renbarger, K.P., 1991:
Hospitalization of the person with Alzheimer's disease

Goldblatt, M.J., 1994:
Hospitalization of the suicidal patient

Trabacchi, G.; Alvin, P., 2000:
Hospitalization of young persons committing suicide in France

Ulmer, H.; Pfeifer, C.; Pfeiffer, K.P.; Bruppacher, R., 1997:
Hospitalization of young women after selected cardiovascular and thromboembolic incidents in Austria 1993 and 1994

Birkett, D.P., 2002:
Hospitalization outcomes

Collazos, J.; Mayo, J.; Martínez, E., 2001:
Hospitalization parameters in patients infected with HIV: an analysis of the period 1992-1997

Travis, S.S.; Loving, G.; McClanahan, L.; Bernard, M., 2001:
Hospitalization patterns and palliation in the last year of life among residents in long-term care

Schuh, S.; Johnson, D.; Stephens, D.; Callahan, S.; Canny, G., 1997:
Hospitalization patterns in severe acute asthma in children

Calvo Rigual, F.; Casanova Matutano, C.; Paricio Talayero, J.M., 1998:
Hospitalization rate

Ricketts, T.C.; Randolph, R.; Howard, H.A.; Pathman, D.; Carey, T., 2001:
Hospitalization rates as indicators of access to primary care

Nichaman, M.Z.; Wear, M.L.; Goff, D.C.; Labarthe, D.R., 1993:
Hospitalization rates for myocardial infarction among Mexican-Americans and non-Hispanic whites. The Corpus Christi Heart Project

Sarría Santamera, A.; Franco Vidal, A.; Redondo Martín, S.; García D.D.eñas Geli, L.; Rodríguez González, A., 2002:
Hospitalization rates in infants aged less than 1 year in Madrid and their relationship with socioeconomic indicators and infant mortality

White, M.R., 1998:
Hospitalization rates of tuberculosis in U.S. Navy enlisted personnel: a 15-year perspective

Kokubu, F.; Nakajima, S.; Ito, K.; Makino, S.; Kitamura, S.; Fukuchi, Y.; Mano, K.; Sano, Y.; Inoue, H.; Morita, Y.; Fukuda, K.; Akiyama, K.; Adachi, M.; Miyamoto, T., 2000:
Hospitalization reduction by an asthma tele-medicine system

Senon, J.L.; Lafay, N., 2001:
Hospitalization requested by a third party and mandatory hospitalization, guardianship, trusteeship and legal protection

Foley, M.Christine., 1983:
Hospitalization requirements for second trimester abortions: for the purpose of health or hindrance?

Gayda, M., 1993:
Hospitalization time, therapeutic work and transitional structures

Benages, A.; Almela, P.; Peiró, S.; Mínguez, M.; Mora, F.; Peña, A.; Pascual, I., 1998:
Hospitalization versus ambulatory treatment of patients with upper digestive tract hemorrhage not connected to portal hypertension

Skrablin, S.; Kuvacic, I.; Jukic, P.; Kalafatic, D.; Peter, B., 2002:
Hospitalization vs. outpatient care in the management of triplet gestations

Hansen, A.P., 1994:
Hospitalization with intrauterine fetal death

Huber, G.A.; Roth, L.H.; Appelbaum, P.S.; Ore, T.M., 1983:
Hospitalization, arrest, or discharge: important legal and clinical issues in the emergency evaluation of persons believed dangerous to others

Alves, E.A., 2001:
Hospitalization, is necessary in pregnancy hypertensive syndrome?

Nielsen, T., 1997:
Hospitalization--a course to health

Ravn, E.; Zeltner, H., 1993:
Hospitalization--the acutely ill medical patient

Anonymous, 1997:
Hospitalization. USRDS. United States Renal Data System

Anonymous, 1998:
Hospitalization. United States Renal Data System

Leisure, K.M.; Nicolson, N.L.; Nicolson, G.L., 1998:
Hospitalizations after the Persian Gulf War

Hannerz, H.; Tüchsen, F.; Kristensen, T.S., 2002:
Hospitalizations among employees in the Danish hotel and restaurant industry

Hannerz, H.; Albertsen, K.; Tüchsen, F., 2002:
Hospitalizations among teachers in Denmark, 1981-1997

Floridia, M.; Massella, M.; Bucciardini, R.; Perucci, C.A.; Rossi, L.; Tomino, C.; Fragola, V.; Ricciardulli, D.; Galluzzo, C.M.; Giannini, G.; Pirillo, M.F.; Andreotti, M.; Mirra, M.; Vella, S., 2001:
Hospitalizations and costs of treatment for protease inhibitor-based regimens in patients with very advanced HIV-infection (CD4 < 50/mm(3))

Menec, V.H.; MacWilliam, L.; Aoki, F.Y., 2002:
Hospitalizations and deaths due to respiratory illnesses during influenza seasons: a comparison of community residents, senior housing residents, and nursing home residents

Anthonisen, N.R.; Connett, J.E.; Enright, P.L.; Manfreda, J., 2002:
Hospitalizations and mortality in the Lung Health Study

Bell, R.A.; Jones-Vessey, K.; Summerson, J.H., 2003:
Hospitalizations and outcomes for diabetic gastroparesis in North Carolina

Rosenheck, R.; Kizer, K.W., 1998:
Hospitalizations and the homeless

Hauk, M.; Berkowitz, R.J.; Moss, M.; Meyerowitz, C.; Cassman, B.; Weinberg, G.A., 1998:
Hospitalizations associated with oral lesions in perinatally HIV-infected children

Monot, P.; Vignat, J.P., 1995:
Hospitalizations by force. Considerations regarding the law of June 27, 1990

Caminal, J.; Mundet, X.; Ponsà, J.; Sánchez, E.; Casanova, C., 2001:
Hospitalizations due to ambulatory care sensitive conditions: selection of diagnostic codes for Spain

Weichbold, V.; Bertel, A.; Pelzer, A.; Pfeiffer, K.P., 2000:
Hospitalizations due to hepatitis A, B and C in Austria 1996-1998

Bayas, J.M.; Vilella, A.; González, A.; Conesa, A., 1999:
Hospitalizations due to pneumococcal pneumonia in a general hospital

Chang, R-Kang.R., 2002:
Hospitalizations for Kawasaki disease among children in the United States, 1988-1997

Brundage, J.F.; Kohlhase, K.F.; Rubertone, M.V., 2000:
Hospitalizations for all causes of U.S. military service members in relation to participation in Operations Joint Endeavor and Joint Guard, Bosnia-Herzegovina, January 1995 to December 1997

Slosek, J.; Sims, P.D.; Coppola, D.; Scott, G.M., 1999:
Hospitalizations for all injuries, average annual rates per 1,000 adults ages 25-44 by ZIP code, Boston, Massachusetts, 1994-1996

Rawson, N.S.; Harding, S.R.; Malcolm, E.; Lueck, L., 1999:
Hospitalizations for aplastic anemia and agranulocytosis in Saskatchewan: incidence and associations with antecedent prescription drug use

Wilhelmsen, L.; Rosengren, A.; Lappas, G., 2002:
Hospitalizations for atrial fibrillation in the general male population: morbidity and risk factors

Taylor, V.M.; Anderson, G.M.; McNeney, B.; Diehr, P.; Lavis, J.N.; Deyo, R.A.; Bombardier, C.; Malter, A.; Axcell, T., 1998:
Hospitalizations for back and neck problems: a comparison between the Province of Ontario and Washington State

de Juanes, J.R.; Gil, A.; González, A.; Arrazola, P.; Ansede, J.C., 2000:
Hospitalizations for community-acquired pneumonia in 2 general hospitals

Quinlan, K.P.; Sacks, J.J., 1999:
Hospitalizations for dog bite injuries

Senier, L.; Bell, N.S.; Yore, M.M.; Amoroso, P.J., 2002:
Hospitalizations for fall-related injuries among active-duty Army soldiers, 1980-1998

Abbott, K.C.; Hypolite, I.; Poropatich, R.K.; Hshieh, P.; Cruess, D.; Hawkes, C.A.; Agodoa, L.Y.; Keller, R.A., 2002:
Hospitalizations for fungal infections after renal transplantation in the United States

Eaton, M.L.; Haye, J.S.; Armstrong, F.D.; Pegelow, C.H.; Thomas, M., 1995:
Hospitalizations for painful episodes: association with school absenteeism and academic performance in children and adolescents with sickle cell anemia

Kurtz, R.; Doherty, J., 1998:
Hospitalizations for pelvic inflammatory disease in Canada, 1983/84-1993/94

Donnan, P.T.; Leese, G.P.; Morris, A.D., 2000:
Hospitalizations for people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes compared with the nondiabetic population of Tayside, Scotland: a retrospective cohort study of resource use

Cilla, G.; Pérez-Trallero, G.E.; Piñeiro, L.D.; Iturzaeta, A.; Vicente, D., 1999:
Hospitalizations for rotavirus gastroenteritis in Gipuzkoa (Basque country), Spain

Buechner, J.S.; Speare, M.C.; Fontes, J., 2000:
Hospitalizations for spinal cord injuries, 1994-1998

Dechant, E.J.; Rigau-Pérez, J.G., 1999:
Hospitalizations for suspected dengue in Puerto Rico, 1991-1995: estimation by capture-recapture methods. The Puerto Rico Association of Epidemiologists

Tavris, D.R.; Kuhn, E.M.; Layde, P.M., 2000:
Hospitalizations for vehicle associated injuries in Wisconsin

Hoffmann, M.; Haller, P.; Bucher, H.C.; Gyr, N.; Battegay, M., 2002:
Hospitalizations in a cohort of 175 severely drug-addicted patients of a medically managed opiate withdrawal project

Roghmann, K.J.; Sorensen, A.A.; Wells, S.M., 1980:
Hospitalizations in three competing HMOs during their first two years: a cohort study of the Rochester experience

Caminal Homar, J.; Morales Espinoza, M.; Sánchez Ruiz, E.; Cubells Larrosa, M.J.; Bustins Poblet, M., 2003:
Hospitalizations preventable by timely and effective primary health care

Pablo, R.Y.; Entwisle, M., 1986:
Hospitalized adolescents in a general-hospital psychiatric unit: their demographic and clinical characteristics

Lipschitz, D.S.; Bernstein, D.P.; Winegar, R.K.; Southwick, S.M., 2000:
Hospitalized adolescents' reports of sexual and physical abuse: a comparison of two self-report measures

Lacour, M.C., 2001:
Hospitalized children in pain--laughing!

Balling, K.; McCubbin, M., 2001:
Hospitalized children with chronic illness: parental caregiving needs and valuing parental expertise

Pölkki, T.; Pietilä, A-Maija.; Vehviläinen-Julkunen, K., 2003:
Hospitalized children's descriptions of their experiences with postsurgical pain relieving methods

de Oliveira, B.R.; Collet, N., 2000:
Hospitalized children: mothers' perception of the affective bond between child and family

Martínez-Sellés, M.; García Robles, Jé.A.; Prieto, L.; Frades, E.; Muñoz, R.; Díaz Castro, O.; Almendral, Jús., 2002:
Hospitalized congestive heart failure patients with preserved versus abnormal left ventricular systolic function

Foster, V.S., 1988:
Hospitalized donors should receive TLC

O'Brien, L.A.; Grisso, J.A.; Maislin, G.; Chiu, G.Y.; Evans, L., 1993:
Hospitalized elders. Risk of confusion with hip fracture

Ellis, A.A.; Trent, R.B., 2002:
Hospitalized fall injuries and race in California

dos Reis, M.G.; Glashan, R.Q., 2002:
Hospitalized hypertensive adults: perception about disease severity and quality of life

Shah, P.J.; Greenberg, W.M.; Convit, A., 1994:
Hospitalized insanity acquittees' level of functioning

Rae, W.A., 1981:
Hospitalized latency-age children: implications for psychosocial care

Hoe, L.K.; Keang, L.T., 1999:
Hospitalized low-risk community-acquired pneumonia: outcome and potential for cost-savings

Melamed, Y.; Shamir, E.; Solomon, Z.; Elizur, A., 1997:
Hospitalized mentally ill patients in Israel vote for the first time

Anonymous, 1982:
Hospitalized mentally ill polled on family planning

da Cunha, M.L., 2002:
Hospitalized newborn infants: the parents' experience

Scherer, Z.A.; Scherer, E.A., 2002:
Hospitalized patients with chronic mental diseases: review of the literature

Pilpel, D., 1996:
Hospitalized patients' satisfaction with caregivers' conduct and physical surroundings

Schoenberg, M.; Shiloh, S., 2002:
Hospitalized patients' views on in-ward psychological counseling

Caldwell, S.T.; Barker, M.; Schuman, S.H.; Simpson, W.M., 1998:
Hospitalized pesticide poisonings decline in South Carolina, 1992-1996

Abbott, K.C.; Viola, R.A.; Agodoa, L.Y., 2002:
Hospitalized poisonings after renal transplantation in the United States

Eilers, R., 1994:
Hospitalized psychiatric patients' resistance to routine medical care

Joshi, N.P.; O'Mara, P.; Hendershott, T.H.; Vose, J.; Straus, J.H., 1993:
Hospitalized teens. Ambulatory care utilization patterns

Anonymous, 1983:
Hospitalized travelers get help from ministering programs

Kaiser, L.; Hayden, F.G., 1999:
Hospitalizing influenza in adults

Anonymous, 2001:
Hospitalizing the homeless

Larson, E.; Hamilton, H.E.; Mitchell, K.; Eisenberg, J., 1999:
Hospitalk: an exploratory study to assess what is said and what is heard between physicians and nurses

McCarthy, R.H., 1993:
Hospitalphilia

Self, G., 1982:
Hospitals & business: a fit partnership

Davidson, R., 1995:
Hospitals & healthcare aren't what they used to be

Boyd, K., 1980:
Hospitals & helicopters: the ups and downs of care from the air

Barron, E.; McCahill, J., 1987:
Hospitals & physicians as partners in diagnostic imaging ventures

Robb, B., 1990:
Hospitals & physicians. The new relationship

Jensen, J., 1985:
Hospitals 'manage' purchasing in efforts to control supply costs

Anonymous, 1998:
Hospitals 'talking trash' to cut costs, help environment

Egger, E., 2000:
Hospitals 'too slow' to read deteriorating finances, new EY 'crisis' partner says

Kenkel, P., 1994:
Hospitals ... searching for strategies that will allow them to survive the price war begun by managed care organizations

Andreano, R., 1980:
Hospitals 1980-1990: expanding services?

Anonymous, 1988:
Hospitals Amendment Act 1988 (No. 22 of 1988), 30 March 1988

Bendix, J., 1982:
Hospitals HITCH on to larger library

Egee, D., 1975:
Hospitals abroad

Winter, F., 1984:
Hospitals abroad. Putting Japan in the patient's perspective

Jaklevic, M.Chris.; Lovern, E., 2002:
Hospitals accelerate spending on lobbying. With results such as the restoration of billions in balanced-budget law relief, nobody's complaining

Marchiony, A., 1999:
Hospitals accept the HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point) challenge

Bazzoli, F., 1993:
Hospitals achieve first rate service. Medical University of South Carolina Medical Center, Charleston; Flower Hospital, Sylvania; Community Medical Center, Toms River

O'Donnell, K.P., 1996:
Hospitals acquiring local businesses: the art and challenge of buying beyond the four walls

Taravella, S., 1992:
Hospitals act to accommodate Americans with Disabilities Act

Peterson, I., 1987:
Hospitals acted ahead of the Vatican

O'Connor, T., 2000:
Hospitals actively recruiting overseas

Anonymous, 1996:
Hospitals adapting to competition, ProPAC data suggest

Anonymous, 1995:
Hospitals admire one MCO type, contract with another, survey says

Conklin, M.S., 1994:
Hospitals adopt intensive programs for diabetic patients to avoid high inpatient costs

Demkovich, L.E., 1980:
Hospitals adopting the old axiom--in numbers there is strength

Johnson, D.E., 2001:
Hospitals affected less than most by recession

Burda, D., 1987:
Hospitals affiliated with systems show higher charges and profits--report

Rock, M., 1987:
Hospitals again caught in annual budget crunch

Hard, R., 1993:
Hospitals agree on the need to restructure IS

Goldsmith, J.C., 1983:
Hospitals aim PPOs at own workers

Ullman, K., 1988:
Hospitals allows families in ER

Oeffinger, J., 1994:
Hospitals alter structure, workforce to prepare for future

Graham, J.; Baldwin, M.F., 1986:
Hospitals among tax reform winners

Estrin, L.D., 1990:
Hospitals and AIDS discrimination: applicability of federal discrimination laws to HCWs (health care workers) and staff physicians

McMullin, D., 1985:
Hospitals and CCRC's: a growing alternative

Reynolds, P.P., 1997:
Hospitals and Civil Rights, 1945-1963: the case of Simkins v Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital

Wilson, P.A., 1983:
Hospitals and DRGs

Yanish, D.L., 1981:
Hospitals and HMOs play hardball

Evashwick, C.J.; Read, W.A., 1984:
Hospitals and LTC: options, alternatives, implications

Lamb, T., 1985:
Hospitals and LTC: the meeting of the markets

Folmer, H., 1986:
Hospitals and PHC in tropical Africa

Zwanziger, J.; Melnick, G.; Eyre, K.M., 1994:
Hospitals and antitrust: defining markets, setting standards

Renander, D.J., 1991:
Hospitals and auxiliaries--a common thread

Mosher, C.P., 1985:
Hospitals and blood donors

Betjemann, J.H.; Birdzell, J.R., 1983:
Hospitals and business: a viable partnership for innovation in healthcare delivery

Davies, M.K.; Mayne, A.J., 2000:
Hospitals and clinics

McKnight, J.L., 1994:
Hospitals and communities create 'wise' environments

Lohkamp, R.J., 1997:
Hospitals and communities don't need more physicians than HMOs currently require

Winegardner, A., 1983:
Hospitals and communities: bridging the gap

Totten, M.K., 1992:
Hospitals and community benefit: doing well and doing good

Giloth, B.E., 1992:
Hospitals and community benefit: examples from the field

Surpin, J., 1992:
Hospitals and community health centers

Rocheleau, B., 1983:
Hospitals and community-oriented programs for the elderly

Oliver, G.; Bidwell, P., 2002:
Hospitals and consumer health information in New Zealand: the role of the library

Johnson, D.E., 2001:
Hospitals and country are 'woefully unprepared' for bioterrorism attacks

Anonymous, 2001:
Hospitals and disasters: how they fared; what they learned

Frieden, J., 1989:
Hospitals and doctors face a new era

Bedrosian, J.C., 1982:
Hospitals and economic perspectives: alternative care and treatment sources

Droste, T., 1992:
Hospitals and employers cut costs by direct contracting

MacLellan, B., 2000:
Hospitals and government: a relationship that needs to work

Abbis, C., 1978:
Hospitals and government: we need one another

Deuel, J.K., 1986:
Hospitals and hazardous wastes

Morrisey, M.A.; Gibson, G.; Ashby, C.S., 1983:
Hospitals and health maintenance organizations: an analysis of the Minneapolis-St. Paul experience

Campbell, S., 1998:
Hospitals and health plans shift their focus from cost reduction to care management

White, K.L., 1996:
Hospitals and health services enterprises as social systems

Becker, S.; Balfe, E.C., 2001:
Hospitals and health systems: a compliance approach for medical directorships

Anonymous, 1996:
Hospitals and healthcare systems should take note of software copyright laws

Armstrong, D.L., 1982:
Hospitals and high tech industries share the office imperative

Katterhagen, A.K., 1981:
Hospitals and hospice: do they belong together?

Coile, R.C., 2002:
Hospitals and hospices share common ground

Maior, O., 1996:
Hospitals and hospital pharmacies in Transylvania at the end of the 19th century

Wachter, R., 2001:
Hospitals and hospitalists can reach across the "quality chasm" by restructuring inpatient care

Hillman, K., 2000:
Hospitals and hospitalists: an alternative view

Scott, I.A.; Phillips, P.A., 1999:
Hospitals and hospitalists: an alternative view. Internal Medicine society of Australia and New Zealand

Pallarito, K., 1999:
Hospitals and hospitality. Meditrust REIT acquires hotel chain for $3 billion

Schramm, C.J., 1981:
Hospitals and houses are consuming America

Anonymous, 1994:
Hospitals and local emergency planning

Clevey, J.M.; Meeker, R.; Thompson, R.; Tomcala, C., 1983:
Hospitals and long-term care: a future together?

Wilson, R., 1985:
Hospitals and long-term care: analysts express doubts, hopes

Buckanavage, S.R.; Lyons, T.J., 1997:
Hospitals and managed care: catching up with the networks

Robertson, L.Q., 1991:
Hospitals and material management in the coming decade

Oliphant, C.A., 1984:
Hospitals and medical staffs: allies or adversaries?

Thomasma, D.C., 1992:
Hospitals and moral imperatives: ethics consults at a university medical center

Thompson, D.F.; Hofmann, P.B.; Atchley, W.A.; Ozar, D.T., 1992 :
Hospitals and moral imperatives: hospital ethics

Wallace, J.D., 1976:
Hospitals and new perspectives in health care

Guillermand, J., 1995:
Hospitals and nurses of the "great war"

Anders, K.T., 1996:
Hospitals and nursing homes: friends or foes?

Sinclair, S.V., 1988:
Hospitals and nursing homes: working together

Landgarten, S., 1981:
Hospitals and physicians -- partners or competitors?

Fey, R.A., 1986:
Hospitals and physicians battle together for market share

Arvantes, J.C.; Bader, B.S.; Veatch, R., 1993:
Hospitals and physicians collaborate to improve systems for cardiac care

Landgarten, S., 1994:
Hospitals and physicians form stronger links

Swisher, P.N., 1994:
Hospitals and physicians may--or may not--be liable for defective medical products. Garcia v. Edgewater Hospital

Horty, J., 1985:
Hospitals and physicians must act to minimize treatment side effects

Katz, P.M., 1988:
Hospitals and physicians work together to manage risk

Meighan, S.S., 1987:
Hospitals and physicians: a question of trust

Hughes, R.G.; Tompkins, R.K.; Rockey, P.H.; Warden, H.F., 1984:
Hospitals and physicians: an organizational model for a changing healthcare environment

Thornton, J.; McCally, M.; Orris, P.; Weinberg, J., 1996:
Hospitals and plastics. Dioxin prevention and medical waste incinerators

Macagba, R.L., 1982:
Hospitals and primary health care in Mexico

Hardie, M., 1981:
Hospitals and primary health care in the German Democratic Republic

Cooper-Poole, J., 1985:
Hospitals and primary health care: some problems

Chapman, E., 1990:
Hospitals and prisons. An action plan for the liberation of our patients

Comper, A., 1981:
Hospitals and public relations

Locke, N.H., 1993:
Hospitals and raising funds

Carter, T., 2003:
Hospitals and reengineering

Baume, P., 1977:
Hospitals and relevance

Warren, R.W., 1978:
Hospitals and saving more than lives--the Texas voluntary effort

Madara, E.J.; Neigher, W.D., 1986:
Hospitals and self-help groups: opportunity and challenge

Fritts, G.G., 1990:
Hospitals and seniorcare: separating myth from fact

Topalović, R.; Naumović, D.; Peicić, K., 1998:
Hospitals and some outstanding physicians of Pancevo

Lumsdon, K., 1992:
Hospitals and suppliers use TQM to eliminate excess

Darr, K., 1990:
Hospitals and the False Claims Act Amendments of 1986

Darr, K., 1990:
Hospitals and the Health Care Quality Improvement Act

Martinez, E., 1988:
Hospitals and the Hispanic market. The U.S. Hispanic population is a dynamic, increasingly significant market for hospitals and other providers

Anonymous, 1984:
Hospitals and the Rehabilitation Act

Fell, D.; Shepherd, C.D., 2001:
Hospitals and the Web: a maturing relationship

Heru, A.M., 2001:
Hospitals and the changing work environment: promoting gender equity and fair treatment for medical students

Lally, J.F., 2001:
Hospitals and the culture of noise: whither the sound of silence?

Ford, B., 1982:
Hospitals and the disabled

Varcoe, C.; Cresswell, S., 1993:
Hospitals and the educational institution: an innovative partnership for nursing specialty education

Caldwell, G.B., 1985:
Hospitals and the emergence of bioethics

Weir, E., 2002:
Hospitals and the environment

Bagley, B., 1998:
Hospitals and the family physician

Demkovich, L.E., 1980:
Hospitals and the government

Meyer, P., 1981:
Hospitals and the handicapped: a new approach to quality care

Mokler, B.V., 1987:
Hospitals and the hazard communication standard

McKnight, J.L., 1994:
Hospitals and the health of their communities

Jackson, M., 1985:
Hospitals and the illegal aliens problem

Lord, R., 1985:
Hospitals and the media

Killingsworth, S., 1998:
Hospitals and the millennium bug

Dixon, D., 1980:
Hospitals and the national economy

Davis, C., 1978:
Hospitals and the planning dilemma

Cooke, J.; Brooks, P., 1991:
Hospitals and the poor: strategies for primary care

Anonymous, 1980:
Hospitals and the recession

Pully, W.A., 2002:
Hospitals and the uninsured. Straining the safety net

Gahtan, A., 1999:
Hospitals and the year 2000: a legal perspective

Glenn, J.K., 1990:
Hospitals and the "ecology" of primary care

Jones, R.E., 1992:
Hospitals and their disposal of infectious waste

Poisat, J., 1996:
Hospitals and their patrimony: cultural identities and strategic stakes

Deshpande, S.P., 2001:
Hospitals and union elections

O'Connor, J., 1980:
Hospitals and unions: places for evangelization

Litsikas, M., 1990:
Hospitals and vendors expect to see higher freight charges

Bruner, A.J., 1982:
Hospitals and vendors working together ... at St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center, Phoenix

Gruber, N.L., 1982:
Hospitals and vendors working together ... at the Good Samaritan Hospital of Maryland, Baltimore

Petrey, V., 1992:
Hospitals ante up for nurses

Morrissey, J., 1995:
Hospitals appeal JCAHO verdicts

OReilly, M., 1993:
Hospitals apply business techniques in attempt to cut cost of delivering care

Warren, R.W., 1979:
Hospitals are $aving more than lives--the Texas voluntary effort

Warren, R.W., 1980:
Hospitals are $aving more than lives--the Texas voluntary effort: focus on the nursing shortage

Anonymous, 1981:
Hospitals are a great niche for Shared Medical Systems to grow in. But it's hardly a secret anymore to sharp-eyed competitors

Super, K.E., 1986:
Hospitals are beginning to focus on services for older patients

Egger, E., 2000:
Hospitals are beginning to make creative use of excess capacity

Klann, S., 2001:
Hospitals are betting magnets attract

Brady, S., 1998:
Hospitals are brewing success with specialty coffee sales

Patterson, P., 1991:
Hospitals are catering to working mothers

Perry, L., 1990:
Hospitals are easily complying with immigration law changes

Anderson, H.J., 1986:
Hospitals are establishing walk-in clinics to regain urgent care market

Morohashi, Y., 1993:
Hospitals are facing financial crisis

Harris, R., 1999:
Hospitals are hot for collaborative strategies

Anonymous, 1994:
Hospitals are hungrier for primary care

Anonymous, 1999:
Hospitals are keeping costs low, says survey

Schell, W., 1997:
Hospitals are liable for their nursing care

Millenson, M.L., 1990:
Hospitals are loath to cite satisfactory level of profit

Johnson, D.E., 2001:
Hospitals are more ready for bioterrorism

Hayes, J.C., 2001:
Hospitals are next as HCFA continues imaging fee cuts

Manziel, L.A., 1992:
Hospitals are often unaware of legal rights in insurance recovery

McCarthy, C.M., 1987:
Hospitals are responding to changing health care needs. Interview by Jane Stein

Warren, R.W., 1978:
Hospitals are saving more than lives--the Texas voluntary effort

Warren, R.W., 1980:
Hospitals are saving more than lives--the Texas voluntary effort. Risk management

Warren, R.W., 1980:
Hospitals are saving more than lives--the Texas voluntary effort: alternate delivery systems

Warren, R.W., 1980:
Hospitals are saving more than lives--the Texas voluntary effort: productivity must be increased

Andrews, J., 2001:
Hospitals are scanning high-tech inventory tools

Berleen, J., 1979:
Hospitals are scapegoats for those frustrated with inflation

Tatge, M., 1984:
Hospitals are selling their ability to cut big employers' health costs

Alper, P.R., 1987:
Hospitals are shortchanging our patients

Taravella, S., 1987:
Hospitals are tightening security systems in efforts to combat crime

Castledine, G., 2002:
Hospitals are to be given standards of cleanliness

Lutz, S., 1987:
Hospitals are turning to private firms for assessments of equipment, prices

Burda, D.; Tokarski, C., 1990:
Hospitals are under pressure to justify cost shifting

Smith, T., 1996:
Hospitals are using fitness centers to improve health status and lower costs

Robinson, M.L., 1982:
Hospitals aren't favored; dialysis units could close

Pinto, C., 1995 :
Hospitals aren't rushing to adopt new drug test

Mellbye, F., 1995:
Hospitals as battle fields

Timbrell, D.R., 1992:
Hospitals as businesses

Kaufman, J., 1989:
Hospitals as businesses: a government perspective

Topper, J.M., 1978:
Hospitals as centers for consumer health information

Williams Torres, G.; Barnett, K., 2003:
Hospitals as community builders

Elliott, J.N., 1990:
Hospitals as donors

Ardell, D.B., 1980:
Hospitals as future houses of well repute

Pandit, D.D., 1991:
Hospitals as health centres

Lanahan, M.B., 1988:
Hospitals as owners of retirement communities

Mindrup, R.W.; Demarco, W.J., 1989:
Hospitals as third-party administrators

Pearle, M., 1992:
Hospitals ask about the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act)

Lutz, S., 1993:
Hospitals ask managers to expand psych care to alternative settings

Anonymous, 2002:
Hospitals asked to review disaster packs

Tokarski, C., 1989:
Hospitals asking for "safe harbor" guidance

Gardner, E., 1989:
Hospitals assembling PACs piece by piece

Anonymous, 1994:
Hospitals assess community health needs

Pallarito, K., 1994:
Hospitals assess managed care's effect on outlook

Werner, C., 1993:
Hospitals attack mounting radiology expenses

Pallarito, K., 1993:
Hospitals await details of GME funding overhaul

DeJohn, P., 2001:
Hospitals awaiting arrival of e-commerce standards

Japsen, B., 1995:
Hospitals awaiting merger OK draw others' interest

Kuntz, E.F., 1983:
Hospitals balk as interest creeps up

Kenkel, P., 1987:
Hospitals balk at mortality report results

Carter, K., 1986:
Hospitals bargain for good prices

Greene, J., 1990:
Hospitals battling states to keep tax status

Wallace, C., 1982:
Hospitals bear brunt of Medicare budget cuts

Anonymous, 1979:
Hospitals beating inflation on sheet/pillow case purchases

Keegan, A.J., 1994:
Hospitals become cost centers in managed care scenario

Hauser, L.J., 1985:
Hospitals beef up ad budgets; but lack sophisticated marketing

Werner, C., 1993:
Hospitals begin cutting non-ionic contrast agent use

Anderson, H.J., 1986:
Hospitals begin to consider employee drug testing

Burda, D., 1993:
Hospitals begin to lose ground in physician pay

Anonymous, 1984:
Hospitals begin to respond to economic pressure

Galdabini, G.S., 2000:
Hospitals begin to weave web strategies. Internet can be used as advanced customer service tool

Anonymous, 1996:
Hospitals benefit from district cooling scheme in Sweden

Hagin, D., 1989:
Hospitals benefit from employee suggestion programs

Anonymous, 1975:
Hospitals between rock and hard place

Guilfoyle, M.D., 1990:
Hospitals beware: NLRB rules encourage unionization

Fisher, M.J., 1982:
Hospitals blast HIAA proposals to reform payment, financing

Schutzer, A.I., 1987:
Hospitals bonds: cut the risk without cutting the return

Carter, K., 1987:
Hospitals boost equipment spending with an emphasis on diagnostic imaging

Anonymous, 2001:
Hospitals boost performance with beta blocker data

Anonymous, 1993:
Hospitals brace for healthcare reform

Tokarski, C., 1989:
Hospitals brace for waste-tracking costs

Johnson, S.H.; Goldner, J.A., 1987:
Hospitals broaden role of in-house counsel

Anderson, H.J., 1986:
Hospitals buckle down on risk, mull different kinds of insurance

Super, K.E., 1986:
Hospitals build medical malls in hopes 'one-stop' concept will draw patients

Kuntz, E., 1981:
Hospitals build nursing homes

Perry, P.A., 1989:
Hospitals build regional plants to control costs

Johnson, D.E., 1986:
Hospitals build, buy nursing homes to increase share of local market

Dale, J.C., 1988:
Hospitals builds on energy savings

Raber, P.E., 1983:
Hospitals buy nursing homes: move from neighbor to owner

Wildey, M.D., 1993:
Hospitals buying physicians' practices

Pallarito, K., 1993:
Hospitals calculate lost revenue under reform

Anonymous, 1998:
Hospitals call bad debt plan a bad call

Pallarito, K., 1992:
Hospitals call for charity-care legislation

Yosko, K.C., 1995:
Hospitals can advocate for measures to reduce pathology of gun violence

Haratani, J.M., 1993:
Hospitals can and should improve efforts to form multicultural staff

Anonymous, 1990:
Hospitals can apply practice parameters

Rynne, S.J., 1987:
Hospitals can attract women through education

Ingram, D., 1992:
Hospitals can avoid costly, frustrating searches for physicians by focusing on three key factors

Horty, J., 1987:
Hospitals can be liable when supervisors are linked to sexual harassment incidents

Hooper, P.; Hellow, J.R., 1987:
Hospitals can benefit from PPS appeals, but HCFA has complicated the process

Carl, B.R., 1984:
Hospitals can benefit from converting trash to energy

Greene, J., 1991:
Hospitals can boost profits by going according to plan

Johnson, D.E., 2001:
Hospitals can control patient days to stem nurse demand

Berling, R.J.; Geppi, J.T., 1989:
Hospitals can cut materials costs by managing supply pipeline

Weissburg, C.; Lindeke, J., 1987:
Hospitals can face host of legal issues in purchase, sale of physician practices

Fraser, I., 1987:
Hospitals can help expand Medicaid coverage of the poor

Anderson, S.T., 1988:
Hospitals can improve cash flow by managing preauthorizations

Kuntz, E., 1980:
Hospitals can improve productivity in their CT scanning departments

Felsenthal, D.S., 1980:
Hospitals can improve reimbursement by keeping accurate property records

Love, A., 1994:
Hospitals can join the internet ... and network with the world

Tomich, N., 1979:
Hospitals can lead in savings

Harrison, J.R., 1990:
Hospitals can limit Medicare bad debt liability

Gaskill, M., 1989:
Hospitals can limit losses created by PRO denials

Silverman, J.F.; Sommers, L., 1986:
Hospitals can maintain high quality via two critical steps

Johnson, D.E., 2001:
Hospitals can manage change without pain

Blount, L.L., 1983:
Hospitals can prosper under PPS

Nathanson, M., 1983:
Hospitals can pull in extra 5% profit by marketing their slack lab capacity

Anonymous, 2001:
Hospitals can reduce costs, improve quality by adopting proven risk management guides

Carter, K., 1987:
Hospitals can rent imaging devices to avoid capital outlays

Murray, B.; Osment, M., 1990:
Hospitals can save by evaluating inventory systems using EOQ and Poisson distribution

Anderson, L., 1990:
Hospitals can tally the benefits of contract management services

Decker, R., 1988:
Hospitals can use model procurement code to ensure that vendors deliver on contracts

Mitzel, J.R., 1989:
Hospitals can use price data, surveys to help pick groups

Burda, D., 1987:
Hospitals can't delegate emergency care liability

Davis, C.D., 1990 :
Hospitals can't rely on protection from tort claims

Dougherty, E.; Hagin, D., 1989:
Hospitals cannot afford to be without access to MRI

Koschalke, P.A.; Trembczynska, M.E.; Lameka, R.B., 1987:
Hospitals care for nursing home evacuees

Anonymous, 1978:
Hospitals carried on in East Coast snowstorm

Gardner, E.; Nemes, J., 1990:
Hospitals cashing in on clean-up claims processing

Anonymous, 1991:
Hospitals catching heat from no smoking policies

Hoff, J.S.; Ngau, T.A., 1987:
Hospitals caught between pressure to merge and risk of antitrust litigation

Groves, J.L., 1977:
Hospitals cautioned to identify areas of problems before incident occurs

Barlow, R.D.; Furlong, A., 1991:
Hospitals cautious with sharps containers

Anonymous, 1993:
Hospitals change their way of doing business

Wagner, M., 1990:
Hospitals changing their buying habits. Overhauled technology-acquisition processes help equip facilities to make prudent purchases

Waldholz, M., 1978:
Hospitals charge lack of antitrust exemption slows cost-control effort

Barlow, R.D., 1991:
Hospitals choose reusable over disposable sensors

Barlow, R.D., 1992:
Hospitals choose used equipment to cut costs

Anonymous, 1998:
Hospitals cite co-op rules, not sale, in MedEcon defection

Anonymous, 2002:
Hospitals cited in prestigious Fortune workplace study share formula for success

Burns, J., 1994:
Hospitals clear one merger hurdle

Anonymous, 1982:
Hospitals collaborate to offer acute care in underserved area

Kuntz, E., 1980:
Hospitals commit to IV contracts

Smith, L.M., 1979:
Hospitals commit to the Voluntary Effort

Rosenbaum, S.; Furlong, A., 1991:
Hospitals compare mattresses, consider beds vs. overlays

Anonymous, 1994:
Hospitals compare quality with IMSystem

Richman, D., 1987:
Hospitals competing in sports medicine

Iglehart, J.K., 1984:
Hospitals compromise; MDs challenge Medicare pay rates

Pallarito, K., 1996:
Hospitals concentrate on asset management

Richman, D., 1986:
Hospitals concerned about new competitive Medicaid program

Brightbill, T., 1989:
Hospitals consider changes on automated MM systems

Bernstein, T., 1988:
Hospitals consider new option for infectious waste disposal

Lutz, S., 1993:
Hospitals continue move into home care

Herrmann, J.; Smith, J.L., 1992:
Hospitals continue struggle with hurricane aftermath

Anonymous, 1985:
Hospitals continue to benefit from purchase price deflation

Pacuch, D., 2000:
Hospitals continue to find robots helpful in foodservice delivery

Zhang, M., 1994:
Hospitals contracting with managed care

Gardner, E., 1992:
Hospitals cool to PPO for N.C. workers

Gardner, J., 1999:
Hospitals cool to payment rate freeze

Anonymous, 1978:
Hospitals cope with Legionnaires' disease

Anonymous, 1978:
Hospitals cope with coal shortage

Ott, L., 1984:
Hospitals cope with microcomputers

Tokarski, C., 1989:
Hospitals coping with the shadow of peer review

Anonymous, 1979:
Hospitals could be buried under hazardous waste rules

Wagner, M., 1992:
Hospitals could benefit from clash of the endoscopy titans

Wagner, L., 1989:
Hospitals could benefit from joint ventures for long-term care

Taylor, R.C., 1991:
Hospitals could end up loser in Medicaid-donation game

Burns, J., 1995:
Hospitals could save foundering industry of recovery care

Tieman, J., 2002:
Hospitals create new models as they gird for bioterrorism. Council on Public Health Preparedness says past year has brought improvements, but gaps remain

Anonymous, 1998:
Hospitals create strategies to implement new referral rules

Milch, R.A., 1978:
Hospitals crippled by ridiculous rules...and threatened by spiraling demand

Pallarito, K., 1999:
Hospitals criticize HMO bailout plan

Anonymous, 2000:
Hospitals cry foul over ambiguity in HCFA's new restraint standards

Gardner, J., 1999:
Hospitals cry foul. Rules would force double changes in surgery billing

Anonymous, 2000:
Hospitals cut CHF readmissions with benchmarking

Fitzgerald, J., 1992:
Hospitals cut costs by consolidating disinfectants

Anonymous, 1979:
Hospitals cut fuel needs or go solar in model program

Johnson, D.E., 1980:
Hospitals cut inventories by 20%

Burda, D., 1993:
Hospitals cut labor force in anticipation of reform

Punch, L., 1982:
Hospitals cut staff, pay as recession takes toll

Werner, C., 1993:
Hospitals cutting expenses with remanufactured radiology equipment

DeJohn, P., 2001:
Hospitals deal with blood shortages, filtration cost

Cummins, J.R., 1992:
Hospitals defend lawsuits on quality of care

Hudson, T., 1991:
Hospitals deficient in filing tax form for community benefit

Anonymous, 1979:
Hospitals defy HSA, order CT scanners

Nemes, J., 1992:
Hospitals delay deals; bond volume falls 15%

Anonymous, 1977:
Hospitals deliver on taste promise

Anonymous, 1998:
Hospitals deliver reduced cesarean rates

Anonymous, 1989:
Hospitals describe guest relations costs

Lutz, S., 1986:
Hospitals develop satellite clinics to tap emerging women's market

Anderson, R.; Banyard, R., 1994:
Hospitals differ on expectations of reform. Interview by Debra Mamorsky

Anonymous, 2000:
Hospitals discover cost efficiency of private rooms

Taravella, S., 1990:
Hospitals dispose of destructive waste habits. Recycling protects the environment, but facilities are finding it can pay off in numerous ways

Gardner, J., 2001:
Hospitals do about-face. The industry's lobby, arm in arm with health insurers, decides to back BBA relief bill

McKee, L.; Pettigrew, A., 1989:
Hospitals do not hurry

Corry, M.; Bonner, G.; McEntee, S.; Dugan, J.; MacAuley, D., 2000:
Hospitals do not inform GPs about medication that should be monitored

Anonymous, 1977:
Hospitals document statistics to tell their side of story on price jumps

Anonymous, 1995:
Hospitals dodge fallout from D.C. fiscal crisis

Scott, S., 1992:
Hospitals don't brush off the many benefits of art

Hinkley, P., 1982:
Hospitals don't burn--or do they?

Wagner, L., 1988 :
Hospitals don't fully cultivate PPS--study

Hendrickson, R.M., 1979:
Hospitals don't have to be big to be good

Rose, J., 1995:
Hospitals downshift on doctor recruiting

Louden, T.L., 1984:
Hospitals eager for a larger share of growing home healthcare market

Oulton, R., 1982:
Hospitals earn premium discounts for preventive RM efforts

Wagner, L., 1992:
Hospitals earned $7 billion in '90

Barlow, R.D., 1992:
Hospitals eliminating heparin from I.V. catheter flushes save money, reduce patient side effects

Owen, J.W., 1988:
Hospitals embark on Medicare reform campaign

Gent, D.I., 1984:
Hospitals embrace customer relations

Johnson, D.E., 1980:
Hospitals emphasize guest relations

DiPaolo, V.; Pahlevi, M.R., 1979:
Hospitals enforce tighter security during the Shah's stay in the U.S

Burgess, P.; O'Rear, S., 1992 :
Hospitals enjoy varied equipment financing alternatives

Stockho, A., 1999:
Hospitals enroll children in Medicaid. Facilities in Indiana and New York work closely with state social services

Wolinsky, H., 1980:
Hospitals enter the 'wellness' business

Burda, D., 1993:
Hospitals enter ventures to woo docs, not to meet communities' needs--GAO

Hofmann, P.B., 1991:
Hospitals eroding public trust

Jaklevic, M.C., 1994:
Hospitals establish Cincinnati area's largest network

Anonymous, 1993:
Hospitals establish policies to limit futile care

Olsen, H.F., 1989:
Hospitals ethics committees and the role of the board

Punch, L., 1982:
Hospitals evaluate risks before acquisitions

Reiser, S.J., 1987:
Hospitals evolve to meet technological change

Litsikas, M., 1991:
Hospitals examine stockless options despite resistance

Anonymous, 1992 :
Hospitals exhibit caution in spending

Geisel, J., 1982:
Hospitals exit Social Security: does withdrawal employees?

Jaklevic, M.C., 1996:
Hospitals expand via mall centers

Super, K.E., 1987:
Hospitals expanding food service programs to generate added revenue

Perry, L., 1988:
Hospitals expect marketing results from public-relations people--study

Burda, D., 1989:
Hospitals expect more union activity

Barkholz, D., 1985:
Hospitals expect to gain benefits from Baxter-American merger

Dougherty, E., 1988:
Hospitals expect to increase nursing home beds

Johnson, D.E., 1986:
Hospitals expected to acquire larger share of long-term care

Punch, L., 1983:
Hospitals experiment with discounts, capitation rates under HMO contracts

Richman, D., 1987:
Hospitals explore innovative techniques to prevent litigation and hold down costs

Anonymous, 1991 :
Hospitals explore ways of educating patients about advanced directives

Anonymous, 1984:
Hospitals eye potential for DME dealer alliances

Moore, J., 1995:
Hospitals eye revenues from assisted living

Kuntz, E.F., 1984:
Hospitals eye underwriting health plans

Greene, J., 1991:
Hospitals eyeing physicians' practice patterns. Economic credentialing is being tested to reduce expenses and improve quality

Shaw, J., 1983:
Hospitals face N.Y. building moratorium

Hylton, H., 1993:
Hospitals face a new scrutiny. Tough questions

Lefton, D., 1983:
Hospitals face a rocky road

Wilson, C.N., 1994:
Hospitals face aftershock from health reform

Atkins, L., 1982:
Hospitals face challenge keeping pace with new advances in imaging

Kuhn, H., 1991:
Hospitals face conflicting environmental laws

Cerne, F., 1989 :
Hospitals face declining credit ratings

Epstein, J.D.; Bearden, M.M., 1986:
Hospitals face legal issues involving AIDS patients, employees

Nauert, R.C.; Sanborn, A.B.; MacKelvie, C.F.; Harvitt, J.L., 1988:
Hospitals face loss of federal tax-exempt status

Johnson, D.E., 2000:
Hospitals face major changes in 2000

Nathanson, M., 1985:
Hospitals face more choices when picking computer network strategy

Kahn, C., 2002:
Hospitals face new financial challenges

Hiebert-White, J., 1997:
Hospitals face new price pressures

Simler, S.L., 1982:
Hospitals face ominous '82 Congress

Patterson, P., 1987:
Hospitals face outpatient surgery cost crunch

Denning, R.A., 1987:
Hospitals face substance abuse problems

Baldwin, M.F., 1986:
Hospitals face tougher PRO reviews

Melton, V.B., 1984:
Hospitals face turbulent times

Richman, D., 1986:
Hospitals face year of labor strife over R.N.s, tiered wage scales

Perelli-Ercolini, M., 1995:
Hospitals facing financing

Gardner, J., 2001:
Hospitals facing new assault from Washington

Hudson, T., 1990:
Hospitals fear HCFA lab regulations

Baldwin, M.F., 1987:
Hospitals fear Medicare payment changes may cut outpatient surgery reimbursement

Weissenstein, E., 1999:
Hospitals fear additional Medicare trims

Scott, L., 1994:
Hospitals fear anti-abortion group's request

Baldwin, M.F., 1985:
Hospitals fear budget-balancing bill

Moore, J.D., 1996:
Hospitals fear effects of disclosure laws

Jaklevic, M.C., 1995:
Hospitals fear impact of Ohio's Medicaid reform

Wilson, C.N., 1992:
Hospitals fear increase in unionization activities

Scott, L., 1995:
Hospitals fear loss of drug discounts

Pallarito, K.; Perry, L.; Taravella, S., 1991:
Hospitals feel pain of states' budget cutting

LaViolette, S., 1980:
Hospitals feel recessionary twinges from prolonged, high umemployment

Anonymous, 1998:
Hospitals feel taxed by Clinton budget

Haugh, R., 2002:
Hospitals feeling 'niched to death'

Anonymous, 1995:
Hospitals feeling pinch of rising paper product prices

Wagner, L., 1990:
Hospitals feeling trauma of violence. Emergency departments suffer as drug-related injuries soar

Anonymous, 1985:
Hospitals field health plans

Weissenstein, E., 1996:
Hospitals fight HCFA over payment classification

Tinsley, E., 1979:
Hospitals fight disease with new services

Scott, L., 1995:
Hospitals fight for federal discount law

Bellandi, D., 2001:
Hospitals fight image. Nurses, public still see hospitals as well-off

Anonymous, 1979:
Hospitals find buck-a-day savings isn't a bad idea

Kuntz, E.F., 1984:
Hospitals find efficient designs can boost workers' productivity

Albertson, D., 1985:
Hospitals find happiness in life without stocking

Anonymous, 1980:
Hospitals find hidden benefits in evaluating health promotion programs

Pallarito, K., 1996:
Hospitals find hidden profits in receivables

Stoltz, M.K., 1978:
Hospitals find libraries a 'must item' in budgets

Anonymous, 1983:
Hospitals find not everyone wants HB vaccine

Anonymous, 1983:
Hospitals find past recruitment of nurses too successful

Greanias, L., 1991:
Hospitals find probation by JCAHO not as bad as they had imagined

Tokarski, C., 1990:
Hospitals find quality management is a process, not a program

Deitch, M., 1978:
Hospitals find sharing pays

Anonymous, 1979:
Hospitals find suggestion programs thrive when employees receive share of savings

Fulks, G.N., 2000:
Hospitals finding it difficult serving as "safety nets"

Weissenstein, E., 1996:
Hospitals fined for 'dumping' patients

Horn, M., 1991:
Hospitals fit for healing

Rubright, R., 1987:
Hospitals focus on physician relations

Anonymous, 1990:
Hospitals focus on right-to-die issue after high court affirms Missouri law

Nakajima, H., 1991:
Hospitals for health in the twenty-first century

Newcomer, C., 1979:
Hospitals for profit: the challenge of the chains

Anonymous, 1982:
Hospitals for radical new cost rules

Seki, E., 2001:
Hospitals for the chronic disease--from the viewpoint of services administration

Ando, Y., 2001:
Hospitals for the chronic diseases--from the stand point of a Miyagi Medical Association

Kato, M., 2001:
Hospitals for the chronic diseases--from the stand point of a local rehabilitation hospital

Bendix, J., 1982:
Hospitals forge ahead with building

Stephenson, S., 1988:
Hospitals forge the future. There's more than one prescription to remain healthy

Anonymous, 1992:
Hospitals forgetting to query customers in quality process

Pallarito, K., 1993:
Hospitals form coalition to fight Medicaid, Medicare reductions

Anonymous, 1994:
Hospitals form regional system to improve disaster response

Kuntz, E.F., 1983:
Hospitals forming PPOs to fend off HMO rivals

Kim, H., 1990:
Hospitals forming geriatric specialties

Punch, L., 1983:
Hospitals frequently end up carrying handicapped infants' treatment costs

Stone, P., 1985:
Hospitals from the Crusades to the Crimea

Haugh, R., 1995:
Hospitals frustrated by Owens' spotty distribution performance

Berger, S.; Musfeldt, C., 1993:
Hospitals gain as employers' partners

Perry, L., 1989:
Hospitals gain exposure with video news releases

Scott, L., 1996:
Hospitals gain ground in Medicare device flap

Tokarski, C., 1989:
Hospitals gain some ground in 1990 budget agreement

Punch, L., 1984:
Hospitals gear programs to elderly

Anonymous, 2001:
Hospitals get $6 million for HIV brain bank

Schneider, J., 2002:
Hospitals get alternative. Acupuncture, massage, and even herbs pop up in mainstream medical settings

Barkholz, D., 1985:
Hospitals get few deals from oxygen vendors

Greene, J.; Kenkel, P.J.; Wagner, L., 1993:
Hospitals get first lady's pledge that they'll get antitrust relief

Anonymous, 2001:
Hospitals get kudos for patient satisfaction

Gay-Callahan, M.M., 1991:
Hospitals get pressed

Anonymous, 1995:
Hospitals get revised accreditation decision rules

Vastag, B., 2001:
Hospitals get safety improvement task list

Wallace, C., 1983:
Hospitals getting ready for DRGs

Davis, W.M., 1987:
Hospitals getting tougher on smoking issue

Garrett, J.H.; Knell, E.D.; Schlag, D.W., 1981:
Hospitals gird for impact of cuts in nursing differential, cost limits

Lutz, S.; Scott, L., 1992:
Hospitals gird to fight 'disease of the future'

Kuntz, E.F., 1982:
Hospitals give more work to large design firms

Gardner, E., 1993:
Hospitals giving E-mail a stamp of approval

Selke, G.C., 1990:
Hospitals go cold turkey on smoking

Perry, L., 1989:
Hospitals go to market for nurses

Johnson, D.E., 1987:
Hospitals gradually will start marketing primary care physicians to the public

Rosenberg, S.A., 1991:
Hospitals grapple with HCFA's rules for clinical labs

Anonymous, 1988:
Hospitals grapple with HIV testing issue

Brown, L., 1984:
Hospitals group to provide care, income immaterial

Altman, B., 1991:
Hospitals hand over gift shop operation

Zimmerman, D., 1981:
Hospitals have a gun at their heads

Cox, W.J., 1987:
Hospitals have been weakened financially by government cuts in Medicare program

Scott, L., 1996:
Hospitals have begun cleaning up their act on mercury pollution

Anonymous, 1976:
Hospitals have inventory ranging from $50 per bed to $1,000 per bed. Why the large variance?

Regan, W.A., 1983:
Hospitals have limited liability for unforeseeable violent acts

Doody, M.F., 1977:
Hospitals have more than their share of issues

Perry, P.A., 1992:
Hospitals have new options in off-site sterilization services

Mittermaier, A., 1989:
Hospitals have options to contract mental health programs

Slavik, N.S., 1991:
Hospitals have several methods available to treat and dispose of medical wastes

Pallarito, K., 1996:
Hospitals healthy, CHIPS (Center for Healthcare Industry Performance Studies) study shows

McMahon, J.A., 1984:
Hospitals help doctors to become more involved in decisions, AHA chief says

Smith, G.W., 1977:
Hospitals help launch Grand Rapids neighborhood association

Pallarito, K., 1995:
Hospitals helping docs with retirement

Graham, J., 1986:
Hospitals hit by high cost, scarcity of directors and officers coverage

Wagner, M., 1991:
Hospitals hit with higher drug costs

Scott, L., 1994:
Hospitals hold line on nuclear medicine

Burns, J., 1992:
Hospitals hold the line on charges in effort to hold on to customers

Anonymous, 1992:
Hospitals hurry to get on the family friendly bandwagon and offer child care services to employees

Diekman, J.M.; Alt, S.J., 1992:
Hospitals ill-informed of GPO contract details, unaware of actual savings, executives say

Gardner, E., 1989:
Hospitals ill-prepared for JCAHO quality push

Lutz, S., 1993:
Hospitals improve accounts receivable performance--report

Cerne, F., 1993:
Hospitals improve balance sheets in preparation for reform

Anonymous, 1993:
Hospitals improve care using indicator data

Anonymous, 1999:
Hospitals improve service benchmarking with Disney

Ayhan, A., 2002:
Hospitals in Canakkale-Kriege

Heine, S.F., 1997:
Hospitals in Chechnya. Physicians without salaries pay from their own pocket

Harrison, A.J., 1997:
Hospitals in England: impact of the 1990 National Health Service reforms

Topalović, R., 1999:
Hospitals in Europe and Yugoslavia through the centuries

Super, K.E., 1986:
Hospitals in Florida and Arizona bolster for battle with Mayo's clinics

de Vries, J., 1978:
Hospitals in Holland

Lutz, S., 1991:
Hospitals in Houston to cut beds, staff

Novaes, H.M., 1997:
Hospitals in Latin America and the Caribbean

Burda, D., 1996:
Hospitals in Maine, Fla. seek states' aid with antitrust issues

Barkholz, D., 1985:
Hospitals in Metropolitan Life's PPO report dramatic business increases

Hesse, P.J., 1993:
Hospitals in Nantes during the revolution

Nemes, J., 1992:
Hospitals in New York state may have easier time raising cash with tax-exempt bonds

Rodríguez, M.E., 1987:
Hospitals in Orizaba (16th-19th centuries)

Anonymous, 1978:
Hospitals in Texas, Tennessee move ahead rapidly on VE goals

Tukada, T., 1993:
Hospitals in Thomas More's Utopia

Duke, K.S., 1996:
Hospitals in a changing health care system

Gouhot, P.; Saint Lazare, 2002:
Hospitals in central France

Kennedy, L., 1981:
Hospitals in chains: the transformation of American health institutions

Joiner, D., 1992:
Hospitals in crisis

Hofferber, M., 1988:
Hospitals in critical condition

Smith, M.K., 2000:
Hospitals in developing countries: a weak link in a weak chain

Sachs, P.R., 1993:
Hospitals in distress. Problems and solutions

Anonymous, 2002:
Hospitals in highly managed markets learn to control costs

Anonymous, 1995:
Hospitals in integrated delivery systems

Rothman, W.A., 1985:
Hospitals in literature: a second look

Burda, D., 1996:
Hospitals in probe must turn in docs to cut losses

Ricketts, T.C.; Heaphy, P.E., 2000:
Hospitals in rural America

Hicok, C., 1993:
Hospitals in service to their communities ... Communication Station; Center for Good Help; Cherry Street Health Services

Johnsson, J., 1988:
Hospitals in small markets get help in launching independent HMOs

Anonymous, 1996:
Hospitals in strong managed care markets report lower costs and mortality rates

Freedman, A., 1976:
Hospitals in the 1980's

Anonymous, 1984:
Hospitals in the 1990s: one for all, for profit

Hirji, Z.; Holt, A., 1999:
Hospitals in the UK health system: lessons for Canada

Tucker, S.L., 1978:
Hospitals in the USA

Harvey, P., 1983:
Hospitals in the middle

White, J.H., 1995:
Hospitals in the new world of managed care

Lewton, K., 1991:
Hospitals in the trenches. Turn back to PR basics

Blain, G., 1977:
Hospitals in the year 2000

Foster, J.T., 1989:
Hospitals in the year 2000: a scenario

Custer, W.S.; Musacchio, R.A., 1986:
Hospitals in transition: a perspective

Enright, S.M., 1985:
Hospitals in transition: shift to a strategic positioning

Rhein, R.W., 1980:
Hospitals in trouble. Crisis for doctors?

Cunningham, R., 1981:
Hospitals in upheaval

Hard, R., 1993:
Hospitals increase med staff use of IS

Boston, C., 1994:
Hospitals increase satisfaction and reduce costs by redesigning around patients. Workforce reengineering

Buys, D., 1981:
Hospitals innovate to stem closures

Anonymous, 1994:
Hospitals integrate MDs in variance tracking efforts

Anonymous, 2001:
Hospitals integrate coding software with existing systems

Bell, J., 1994:
Hospitals integrate delivery systems. Regulatory cooperation and legislative solutions required

Anonymous, 1994:
Hospitals intend to pare employment, restructure

Nemes, J., 1990:
Hospitals invest assets more conservatively than other industries--survey

Nemes, J., 1989:
Hospitals investigate suspected drug abuse

Wagner, M., 1992:
Hospitals investing carefully despite better access to capital

Morley, D., 1976:
Hospitals involved in the health of the community

Wagner, L., 1989:
Hospitals join catastrophic fray

Anonymous, 1979:
Hospitals join in suit against HEW

Taravella, S., 1985:
Hospitals jumping into underwriting

Towie, M., 1987:
Hospitals keen to trim costs but not nutrition

Werner, C., 1993:
Hospitals keep buying, but are more cautious about upcoming capital equipment purchases

Morohashi, Y., 1994:
Hospitals labor desperately while associated industries flourish in prosperity

Shriver, K., 1995:
Hospitals lack severance plans

Burda, D., 1992:
Hospitals lag in physician exec pay

Anonymous, 1977:
Hospitals lay rising costs to price increases

Greene, J., 1993:
Hospitals learn lessons from Andrew

Anonymous, 1988:
Hospitals learn lessons from Los Angeles earthquake

Koepp, S., 1986:
Hospitals learn the hard sell

Anonymous, 2000:
Hospitals leave national GPOs to create their own competitive contracts

Patterson, P., 1993:
Hospitals linking 'islands of automation'

Gibson, J.D., 1979:
Hospitals listen: survey at Gratiot Community Hospital determines health care needs of Alma-area residents

Palm, K.S., 1988:
Hospitals look for a few good CFOs, and there are only a few

Anonymous, 1991:
Hospitals look for alternatives to capital equipment buying

Barlow, R.D., 1992:
Hospitals look to industry for solutions on how to improve materials handling

Longshore, G.F., 1994:
Hospitals look to new breed of product line managers to lead them into future

Robinson, M.L., 1986:
Hospitals look to "severity of illness" indexes

Barlow, R.D., 1992:
Hospitals looking at alternative treatment methods to dispose of infectious medical waste

Anonymous, 1995:
Hospitals looking at bottom line and quality care

Anonymous, 1978:
Hospitals looking at supply business

Tieman, J., 2001:
Hospitals looking for reserves. Military call-ups may make healthcare workforce shortage more acute

Starnes, G., 1994:
Hospitals looking to a managed care future

Wagner, L., 1991:
Hospitals lose $13.2 billion on uncompensated care and Medicaid, AHA reports

Taylor, M., 2001:
Hospitals lose appeal in 'outlier' pay case

Burda, D., 1994:
Hospitals lose leverage with Ukiah dismissal

Anonymous, 1977:
Hospitals losing battle to curtail smoking

Palm, K.S., 1988:
Hospitals losing tax status would pay in several ways

Wagner, L., 1991:
Hospitals lukewarm to Bush's liability proposal

Barnett, A.A., 1996:
Hospitals lured by assisted living

Burns, J., 1993:
Hospitals made to justify marketing's worth

Renschler, C.A., 1995:
Hospitals maintain control with subacute rehabilitation units

Anonymous, 2002:
Hospitals major driver of health care costs

Pahl, M., 1992:
Hospitals make local reform efforts

Kertesz, L., 1997:
Hospitals make peace. Six-year struggle in Wash. ends with 50-50 partnership

Anonymous, 2003:
Hospitals manage assets via Intellamed

Anonymous, 1989:
Hospitals market their own food services as part of diversified enterprises

Schwing, C., 1991:
Hospitals marketing

Hillestad, S.G., 1984:
Hospitals marshal sales forces

Anonymous, 1985:
Hospitals may be AIDS victims too

Decker, R., 1992:
Hospitals may be bound by terms added in supplier's acceptance of an offer