James R. Jeffers
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A PERENNIAL problem which is responsible for considerable confusion in health economics literature concerns the use of the terms "demand" and "need" in connection with medical services.1 In general,… Continue Reading
Principles of Management Science, with Applications to Executive Decisions. By Harvey M. Wagner. Englewood Cliffs, Prentice‐Hall, 1970. 562 p. 912″. £6·00.
With data obtained from married professional nurses, estimates are made of their labor supply response to changes in wage rates and in husband's earnings and to the impact of other interhousehold… Continue Reading
Abstract This article outlines a broad theoretical approach to measuring real cost-per-case differences resulting from differences in case mix, service intensity, and input productivity. Modifying… Continue Reading