Teaching hospitals on rebound--study

Romano, Michael
November 2000
Modern Healthcare;11/06/2000, Vol. 30 Issue 46, p24
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Deals with the year 2000 report of the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) concerning teaching hospitals. Measures undertaken by teaching hospitals in response to market competition; Schools and teaching partners included in the study of the AAMC; Percentage decline of the average operating profit at major teaching hospitals in 1998; Average medical-school budget in 1999.


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