- Pay-beds: proposed withdrawals for 1979. // British Medical Journal;10/14/1978, Vol. 2 Issue 6144, p1104
Reports on the proposals to phase out pay-beds from National Health Service Hospitals in 1979 by the Health Services Board in Great Britain. Lists of private hospitals as the basis of the board's consultative proposals; Reduction provisionally proposed; Number of pay-beds remaining after the...
- HMO. // San Diego Business Journal;2/28/2011, Vol. 32 Issue 9, p20
A chart is presented that lists the health maintenance organization (HMO) in San Diego, California.
- In The Beginning. EDABURN, PATRICK // Moderate Voice;8/15/2012, p5
The article offers insights on God's creation of the world and Satan's creation of health maintenance organizations (HMOs). It states that God created the earth and heavens and the earth was no form, void, and full of darkness. It says that when God created quadruple bypass surgery, Satan...
- Social democratic government and spatial distribution of health care facilities. Bennema-Broos, Marlies; Groenewegen, Peter P.; Westert, Gert P. // European Journal of Public Health;Jun2001, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p160
Presents a study which examined the spatial distribution of hospital beds in the Federal Republic of Germany. Relationship between left-wing government and distributions of hospital beds; Mechanism of planning of hospital facilities; Comparison of the spatial distribution of hospital beds in...
- Medicaid auto-assigning expected to boost revenue for clinics. Greene, Jay // Crain's Detroit Business;8/17/2009, Vol. 25 Issue 32, p6
The article focuses on the financial benefits expected to be achieved by the federally qualified health centers and other health centers in Michigan due to a new method of auto-assigning Medicaid beneficiaries. It states that the health centers and Medicaid health maintenance organizations...
- health care: MARKET FACTS. // Central Penn Business Journal;1/30/2012, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p87
Charts are presented depicting hospital admissions and discharges as well as the number of residents enrolled in the health maintenance organization (HMO) plan in Pennsylvania.
- Continuing that Statin May Lower Cancer Risk. Scherger, Joseph E. // Internal Medicine Alert;8/29/2012, Vol. 34 Issue 16, p121
A retrospective analysis of a large HMO population in Israel showed that persistent use of a statin medication over the 8-year period of analysis lowered the risk of cancer, particularly hematopoietic cancers by 31%.
- Study finds managed care `gag' clauses scarce. Sweeney, Rosemarie; Rose, Verna L. // American Family Physician;11/1/1997, Vol. 56 Issue 7, p1705
Focuses on the report released by the US General Accounting Office (GAO) about physicians managed care gag clauses. What influence the increasing power of health maintenance organization (HMO) in the health care marketplace; Consideration of a legislation to prohibit gag clauses in managed care...
- Growth in Medicare Health Maintenance Organization Enrollment: CY 1992. // Health Care Financing Review;Summer94 Supplement, Vol. 15, p24
The article reports that the Medicare Health Maintenance Organization (HMO) enrollment as a percent of all Medicare enrollment grew fairly rapidly from 1984 to 1987, when it increased from 2.9% to 5.4%. The percentage of HMO enrollment was highest in the Pacific census division because of the...