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In 1975 the Cincinnati Board of Health introduced group practice as a way of delivering health care to the indigent. In spite of encouraging initial results, five years later the model failed. Its failure offers lessons and useful insight to health care administrators.
Most public health programs are created through a political process and the health administrator's resource allocation decision is influenced not only by the relative performance of the subunits but also by political considerations. This paper presents a goal programming model for rationing available grants to competing health care subunits on the basis of… (More)