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For-profit enterprise in health care

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Published by National Academy Press in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Medical economics.,
    • Health facilities, Proprietary.,
    • Medical corporations.,
    • Health Facilities -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies and index.

      StatementCommittee on Implications of For-Profit Enterprise in Health Care, Institute of Medicine ; Bradford H. Gray, editor.
      ContributionsGray, Bradford H., 1942-, Institute of Medicine (U.S.). Committee on Implications of For-Profit Enterprise in Health Care.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsRA410.5 .F67 1986
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxiii, 556 p. :
      Number of Pages556
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2708301M
      ISBN 100309036437
      LC Control Number86000854

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        Over time, a Federal Trade Commission law suit against the AMA and the natural forces of competition all but eliminated the distinction between for-profit and non-profit entities in health care. With aggressive marketing and closer ties to business than to health care, these for-profit plans slowly gained market share through the s and s. It was difficult for the Blues to compete. From a market perspective, the poor Blues still had to worry about their mission of “providing high-quality, affordable health care for all.”.

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"[This book is] the most authoritative assessment of the advantages and disadvantages of recent trends toward the commercialization of health care," says Robert Pear of The New York major study by the Institute of Medicine examines virtually all aspects of for-profit health care in the United States, including the quality and availability of health care, the cost of medical care.

"[This book is] the most authoritative assessment of the advantages and disadvantages of recent trends toward the commercialization of health care," says Robert Pear of The New York Times. This major study by the Institute of Medicine examines virtually all aspects of for-profit health care in the United States, including the quality and availability of health care, the cost of medical care, access to financial capital Format: Paperback.

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Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Bradford H Gray; Institute of Medicine (U.S.). Committee on Implications of For-Profit Enterprise in Health Care.

Today's for-profit health care companies are a new type of organization in health care. established explicitly as business ventures, in response to government programs (and private insurance plans) that made money available for providing health care services. Many of theseAuthor: Bradford H.

Gray. INTRODUCTION TO THIS VOLUME is largely irrelevant in today's discussions of for-profit enterprise in health care for two reasons. First, many of the profit-making organizations, such as pharmaceutical and hospital supply companies, have not been directly involved in patient care, at least until recently.

"[This book is] the most authoritative assessment of the advantages and disadvantages of recent trends toward the commercialization of health care," says Robert Pear of The New York Times. This major study by the Institute of Medicine examines virtually all aspects of for-profit health care in the United States, including.

Health care is undergoing a major and often troubling transition. The once dominant structure of community not-for-profit hospitals and their independent, largely solo-practitioner medical staffs h.

Veatch, Robert M. () Ethical Dilemmas of For-Profit Enterprise in Health Care. in Bradford H. Gray, editor. (ed.), The New Health Care for Profit. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press. Institute of Medicine (US) Committee on Implications of For-Profit Enterprise in Health Care; Gray BH, editor.

For-Profit Enterprise in Health Care. Washington (DC): National Academies Press (US); Cited by: Abstract No issue in health care is more controversial than the role of profit-making enterprise.

It is a widely held perception that growth of investor-owned business ventures will fundamentally change the way health care is provided and financed in the United States in coming years.

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Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material. In addition to the report, the book contains 15 papers by experts in the field of for-profit health care covering a broad range of topics--from trends in the growth of major investor-owned hospital companies to the ethical issues in for-profit health care.

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This major study by the Institute of Medicine examines virtually all aspects of for-profit health care in the United States, including the quality and availability of health care, the cost of medical care, access to financial.

Health care in America is in deep crisis. A public service has been transformed into a for-profit enterprise in which physicians are “health care providers,” patients are consumers, and both subserve corporate interests.

The effect has been to convert medicine into a business, deprofessionalize doctors and far worse, depersonalize patients.

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Gray, Ph.D.; National Academy Press, Washington, D.C.,pages, $ Jeffrey Rubin. Health care is undergoing a transition from community, not-for-profit hospitals to a diverse group of care providers of a for-profit or quasi-for-profit nature.

The rapid growth of investor-owned corporations has caused concern about access to care for indigents, quality of care, time devoted to possibly nonprofitable education and research.The 1st (), 2nd () editions of AHLA’s Enterprise Risk Management Handbook for Healthcare Entities, and Chapter 1, Volume 1, The Basics of Enterprise Risk Management in Healthcare in the Risk Management Handbook for Healthcare Organizations (ASHRM 5th and 6th Edition Series) and is the author of An Enterprise Risk Management Playbook.In addition to the report, the book contains 15 papers by experts in the field of for-profit health care covering a broad range of topics--from trends in the growth of major investor-owned hospital companies to the ethical issues in for-profit health care.

"The report makes a lasting contribution to .