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Expelled uninsured patients in a less-competitive hospital market in Florida, USA
Controlling for hospital characteristics, when the uninsured Hirschman-Herfindahl Index increased by 0.01, the uninsured were 593 % more likely to be transferred to another hospital. Expand
The Cult of Jesús Malverde
The legend of Jesús Malverde articulates the myth of a late-nineteenth-century social bandit in Sinaloa, Mexico. Beatified at the grassroots, Malverde became known decades later as the patron saintExpand
Integration of Peoples and Minorities: An Approach to the Conceptual Problem of Peoples and Minorities with Reference to Self-determination under International Law
Despite the long history of the discussion on the protection of minorities in international law, the clarity of relevant international legal standards on minority rights remains unsatisfactory. ThisExpand
The association between managed care enrollments and potentially preventable hospitalization among adult Medicaid recipients in Florida
The results of this study show that the Medicaid managed care program in Florida was associated with an increase in potentially preventable hospitalizations for Medicaid enrollees and indicated that increased competition in the Medicaidmanaged care market has no clear benefit in Medicaid managed Care patients. Expand
Has Competition Increased Hospital Technical Efficiency?
The effects of hospital competition on hospital efficiency from 2001 to 2004 are analyzed and it is found that when a hospital was located in a less competitive market in 2003, its technical efficiency score was lower than those in a more competitive market. Expand
Regional Difference in Preventable Hospitalizations in South Korea
The results of a multiple regression analysis show that the availability of healthcare resources and economic wealth have a strong association with the number of preventable hospitalizations; however, no statistically significant difference was found with regard to the left- and right-wing political party affiliations of the governmental heads. Expand
Participative Management and Perceived Organizational Performance: The Moderating Effects of Innovative Organizational Culture
ABSTRACT: Participative management and innovation are major themes of recent organizational reforms in the United States and other countries. Using a South Korean version of the OrganizationalExpand
Organizational politics, work attitudes and performance: the moderating role of age and public service motivation (PSM)
ABSTRACT Little research has been conducted on organizational politics and its effects on individual outcomes within public organizations in a non-Western culture. We explored how the perception ofExpand