A year of reorganization

Snow, Charlotte
May 1997
Modern Healthcare;05/26/97, Vol. 27 Issue 21, p70
Trade Publication
Reports that major psychiatric chains in the United States spent the most part of 1996 on reorganization. Increase in the number of facilities operated by healthcare systems that run freestanding psychiatric hospitals; Growth of secular not-for-profit systems.


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