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Pricing policy in nonprofit hospitals



Pricing policy in nonprofit hospitals



Hospital Topics 70(2): 21-25



The increasing complexity of reimbursement systems and other financial issues forces hospitals to obtain maximum reimbursement from third-party payers. What effect does this have on price-setting decisions? This article presents the results of a survey that sought to identify the key players in setting prices in nonprofit hospitals and the objectives pursued in setting those prices.

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Accession: 047069616

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PMID: 10119175

DOI: 10.1080/00185868.1992.10543689


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