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June 1983 (Volume 61)
June 1983 | Pamela Doty, Ellen Wahl Sullivan
The existing system of nursing home regulation is often inadequate to deal with many aspects of patients’ rights violations. Alternative community-involvement strategies to protect aged and disabled residents are explored. These new methods of reporting and investigating violations can be effective when combined with prudent sanctions.
Author(s): Pamela Doty; Ellen Wahl Sullivan
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Volume 61, Issue 2 (pages 222–251) Published in 1983
The Relative Importance of Physician-Induced Demand in the Demand for Medical Care
Rate Regulation as a Strategy for Hospital Cost Control: Evidence from the Last Decade
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