Using the attached word documents from the implicated learning experiment create a report on the experiment. In your report, write a brief introduction explaining the differences between implicit and explicit….
Capital Inputs: Hospital Beds and Information Systems
(1) Capital Inputs: Hospital Beds and Information Systems
(2) Factors influencing the adoption and diffusion of technology.
(3) The volume-outcome relationship in the production of hospital services
(1) To understand the role of capital inputs in the production of hospital services.
(2) To identify and describe the factors associated with hospitals’ decisions to adopt
clinical technologies and information systems.
(3) To summarize the relationship between the volume of procedures performed by
organizations and patient quality and cost outcomes.
Baker , L. “Managed care and technology adoption in health care: evidence from
magnetic resonance imaging.” Journal of Health Economics, 2001, 20: 395-421.
*McCullough, J. “The Adoption of Hospital Information Systems.” Health Economics,
2008, 17: 649-678.
*McCue, M. “Association of market, organizational, and financial factors with the number
and types of capital expenditures.” Health Care Management Review., 2011, 36(1): 67-
Birkmeyer JD, Siewers AE, Finlayson E., et al. “Hospital volume and surgical mortality in
the United States.” New England Journal of Medicine, 2002;346:1128–37.
Ho, V. and T. Aloia. “Hospital Volume, Surgeon Volume, and Patient Costs for Cancer
Surgery.” Medical Care, 2008, 46(7): 718-725.
Hospital Bed Statistics. Accessed at:
Shahian, D. and S, Normand, “The volume-outcome relationship: From Luft to Leapfrog.”
Annals of Thoracic Surgery, 2003, 75 1048-1058.
Freedman, S., H. Lin, K. Simon. “Public Health Insurance Expansions and Hospital
Technology Adoption,” 2012, Working Paper. Accessed at: