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Effects of competition on dialysis facility service levels and patient selection
Donna O. Farley
|Statement||Donna O. Farley.|
|Contributions||Rand Graduate School.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 229 p. :|
|Number of Pages||229|
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Get this from a library. Effects of competition on dialysis facility service levels and patient selection. [Donna O Farley; Rand Graduate School.].
To examine market competition and facility characteristics that can be related to technical efficiency in the production of multiple dialysis outputs from the perspective of the industrial organization model. “Effects of Competition on Dialysis Service Levels and Patient Selection.” Doctoral dissertation Rand Graduate School Santa Cited by: Effects of Competition on Dialysis Facility Service Levels and Patient Selection.
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Held and M. Pauly, The end stage renal disease program 97 profits from dialysis services are indeed affected by the degree of competition. Competition is also shown to be positively related to an observable measure of the level of makethemworkforyou.com by: Effects of Competition on Dialysis Facility Service Levels and Patient Selection.
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The outcomes of interest were a dichotomous indicator of peritoneal dialysis service availability and a discrete count variable of dialysis facility peritoneal dialysis program size defined as the. Effects of Competition on Dialysis Facility Service Levels and Patient Selection.
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