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Competition in the Market for Hospital Services- Part 2
(1) Competition in the Market for Hospital Services- Part 2
(1) To describe the primary dimensions on which hospitals compete.
(2) To identify the economic arguments in favor of and against the entry of specialty
hospitals and ASCs.
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Medical Arms Race.” Health Affairs, 2006, w337-w343.
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Hospitals, Ambulatory Surgery Centers, and Retail Clinics.” Population Health
Management, 2011, 14(2): 69-77.
*Carey, Burgess, and Young. “Single Specialty Hospitals and Service Competition.”
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Al-Amin, M., J. Zinn, M. Rosko, and W. Aaronson. “Specialty hospital market proliferation:
Strategic implications for general hospitals.” Health Care Management Review, Oct-Dec
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Al-Amin, M. and M. Housman. “Ambulatory surgery center and general hospital
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Carey, Burgess, Young. “Specialty and Full-Service Hospitals: A Comparative Cost
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