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Providers give rationing substantial support.
Mod Healthc. 1991 May 13; 21(19):34.MH

Abstract

Rationing healthcare services to help control soaring medical costs gets more support from providers than from consumers or employers, a recent survey of consumers, business executives and healthcare professionals shows. When asked whether healthcare should be rationed, 57% of the hospital chief executive officers and 46% of the physicians said "yes". But only 29% of the employers and 16% of the consumers agreed.

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Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

10110469

Citation

Jensen, J. "Providers Give Rationing Substantial Support." Modern Healthcare, vol. 21, no. 19, 1991, p. 34.
Jensen J. Providers give rationing substantial support. Mod Healthc. 1991;21(19):34.
Jensen, J. (1991). Providers give rationing substantial support. Modern Healthcare, 21(19), 34.
Jensen J. Providers Give Rationing Substantial Support. Mod Healthc. 1991 May 13;21(19):34. PubMed PMID: 10110469.
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