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Building healthier communities. Neighbor to neighbor, brick by brick.

Lumsdon K.
PMID: 7820167
Hosp Health Netw. 1995 Jan 20;69(2):31-6.

From rural Bladen County, NC, to central Harlem in New York to Toms River, NJ, hospitals are shredding red tape and blasting organizational boundaries to serve the broadest needs of their communities. For their collaborative work, Hospitals & Health...

San Diego. As a market matures, networks feel growing pains.

Cerne F.
PMID: 7820171
Hosp Health Netw. 1995 Jan 20;69(2):58-60.

No abstract available.

Rethinking reform.

Chapman TW.
PMID: 7951464
Hosp Health Netw. 1994 Dec 05;68(23):76.

No abstract available.

Socioeconomic status and the health of the population.

Mustard CA, Frohlich N.
PMID: 7500669
Med Care. 1995 Dec;33(12):DS43-54. doi: 10.1097/00005650-199512001-00007.

To examine the relationship of a population's socioeconomic characteristics to its health status and use of health care services, a composite socioeconomic risk index was developed for the Population Health Information System. From a set of 23 socioeconomic indicators...

Relevance of risk assessment to exposed communities.

Brickey C.
PMID: 7621809
Environ Health Perspect. 1995 Feb;103:89-91. doi: 10.1289/ehp.95103s189.

Current environmental policy tends to evaluate potential, theoretical exposure to health risks by evaluating one chemical or hazard at a time. Risk assessment techniques used by the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and other government agencies do not...

The future of public health in Georgia.

Holloway T.
PMID: 8583190
J Med Assoc Ga. 1996 Jan;85(1):43-4.

No abstract available.

Schistosomiasis control in a primary health care system.

Adbel Gawad el-Khoby T.
PMID: 8531677
Mem Inst Oswaldo Cruz. 1995 Mar-Apr;90(2):303-6. doi: 10.1590/s0074-02761995000200032.

The successful implementation of a Primary Health Care System (PHC) in any country depends primarily on the ability to adapt its concepts and principles to the country's culture and development stage. Thus, the PHC system should reflect a balanced...

Aging-related clinical and health services research in Canada.

Rockwood K, Bergman H, Hogan DB, McCracken P.
PMID: 9809772
J Am Geriatr Soc. 1998 Nov;46(11):1469-72. doi: 10.1111/j.1532-5415.1998.tb06018.x.

Research by Canadian geriatricians has grown significantly since the Canadian Society of Geriatric Medicine was founded in 1981. Most research has been clinical or related to health service use. More recently, the Canadian Study of Health and Aging (CSHA)...

Organizational development strategies for integrating mental health services.

Hoge MA, Howenstine RA.
PMID: 9211038
Community Ment Health J. 1997 Jun;33(3):175-87. doi: 10.1023/a:1025044225835.

The recent debates about health care reform have focused attention on the need to develop organized systems of care capable of delivering comprehensive services which are coordinated or integrated. Achieving service integration has emerged as a central and pressing...

Columbia's castoffs. Chicago hopes?.

Greene J.
PMID: 9691949
Hosp Health Netw. 1998 Jun 05;72(11):57-8.

No abstract available.

Donor recruitment.

Sandborg E, Thornton M.
PMID: 7701831
Vox Sang. 1994;67:8-13. doi: 10.1111/j.1423-0410.1994.tb05166.x.

No abstract available.

Count on quality.

Larkin H.
PMID: 9823278
Hosp Health Netw. 1998 Oct 05;72(19):32-4, 3.

Determined to put the brakes on high health care costs, General Motors discovered quality. From Anderson, Ind., to Hershey, Pa., corporate America finally realizes that the best bang for its buck comes from helping doctors and hospitals reengineer the...

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