Financial Consequences of Rural Hospital Long-Term Care Strategies
Health Care Management Review
Data for 540 rural hospitals from 1982 to 1997 were analyzed to determine whether adoption of long-term-care (LTC) strategies improved hospital financial performance. Adoption of external and internal LTC strategies (other than swing-beds) was generally, but not unambiguously, associated with higher profits, increased occupancy, and/or lower costs.
Stuart, Bruce; Fennell, Mary; Sun, Rongjun; and Campbell, Susan E., "Financial Consequences of Rural Hospital Long-Term Care Strategies" (2006). Sociology & Criminology Faculty Publications. 22.
Stuart, B., Fennell, M., Sun, R., & Campbell, S. E. (January 01, 2006). Financial consequences of rural hospital long-term care strategies. Health Care Management Review, 31, (2), 145-155.
© 2006 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc.
This document is currently not available here.