Establishing benchmarks for ambulatory surgery costs

Balicki, Brian; Kelly, William P.
September 1995
hfm (Healthcare Financial Management);Sep95, Vol. 49 Issue 9, p40
Trade Publication
Discusses tools, empirical data and strategies to assist financial managers in healthcare organizations examine the efficiency of their ambulatory surgery services. Acceleration of managed care activities; Financial and clinical performance in ambulatory surgery.


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