Jasmin Hammon

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Giving a short overview of the technical innovation of Deep Packet Inspection and "Internet fast-lanes", this paper shows the ethical dimension of giving up the founding principle of the open Internet. These new means of network management are fiercely discussed because of their inherent threat of censorship and attack on privacy. This paper will attempt to(More)
Early in 1988, a survey questionnaire was mailed to all hospital-based members of the American Academy of Medical Directors (now the American College of Physician Executives) to determine the extent to which the institutions were monitoring and controlling physician-directed resource consumption under the DRG-based prospective pricing system. This article(More)
Our world is full of basic rules. And life is loaded with questions. The physician executive's life is certainly governed by both items. With a mountain of information, separation of fact from nonfact involves methodical processing. The physician executive must spend vast amounts of time in the pursuit of factual, pertinent information. Equally(More)
A survey was conducted in August 1988 to determine the extent to which service lines are being developed in hospital settings. The survey also attempted to determine the involvement of physicians in the planning, implementation, and implementation, and successful operation of service lines. Responses were obtained from 324 (27 percent) of the 1,198(More)
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