Key Themes of the Analysis of the IOM Reports

Caldwell, Chip
September 2001
Frontiers of Health Services Management;Fall2001, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p41
Comments on Donald E. Detmer's article, 'A New Health System and Its Quality Agenda,' which appeared in the fall 2001 issue of the periodical 'Frontiers of Health Services Management.' Key themes of Detmer's analysis of the Institute of Medicine reports; Wide variation that exists in quality, outcomes, utilization, health status, and productivity; Disorganized nature of healthcare structures in the United States.


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