Charitable care and the nonprofit paradigm

Montoya, Isaac D.
September 1998
Journal of Healthcare Management;Sep/Oct1998, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p416
Academic Journal
Discusses that nonprofit hospitals have begun to focus on serving the health needs of their communities. Information on the Hill-Burton program in the late 1940s; Causes of change in nonprofit hospitals; Factors that stimulated changes in the role of nonprofit hospitals; How the role of nonprofit hospitals has evolved.


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