O'Dell, Gene
October 2003
H&HN: Hospitals & Health Networks;Oct2003, Vol. 77 Issue 10, p65
Trade Publication
Focuses on the environmental assessment being prepared by the American Hospital Association (AHA) which will identify issues and trends that have a high probability of influencing the U.S. health care system, as of October 2003. Role of leadership in associations in acknowledgig and find ways to exploit uncertainty; List of medical technologies that will have more impact on health care; Demographical and societal reasons for the possibility of a long-term shortage of qualified workers in hospitals.


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