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Health reform bridging gaps between physician executives and CEOs.
Physician Exec. 1994 Sep; 20(9):8-13.PE

Abstract

Recently, Hospitals & Health Networks reported the results of a study it conducted, in conjunction with Premier Health Alliance, Inc., and among hospital CEOs and COOs to gauge their preparedness and level of concern about various health care reform issues. Because administrators and physician executives are not always in agreement, we wondered how physician executives would rate the same issues. To find out, the American College of Physician Executives polled some members and posed the original survey questions. The results and subsequent interviews revealed that health care reform appears to be a catalyst in bringing the two factions closer in their thinking.

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Comparative Study
Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

10161130

Citation

Vavala, D. "Health Reform Bridging Gaps Between Physician Executives and CEOs." Physician Executive, vol. 20, no. 9, 1994, pp. 8-13.
Vavala D. Health reform bridging gaps between physician executives and CEOs. Physician Exec. 1994;20(9):8-13.
Vavala, D. (1994). Health reform bridging gaps between physician executives and CEOs. Physician Executive, 20(9), 8-13.
Vavala D. Health Reform Bridging Gaps Between Physician Executives and CEOs. Physician Exec. 1994;20(9):8-13. PubMed PMID: 10161130.
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