Are public hospitals in New York City inferior to voluntary, nonprofit hospitals? A study of JCAH hospital surveys.

Abstract

All 60 non-profit, acute-care hospitals in New York City were grouped into three classes: publicly supported hospitals (HHCs), voluntary hospitals under 400 beds (CHs), and voluntary hospitals over 400 beds (SHs). 11 functional areas listed in Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals 1980-1982 surveys were analyzed to compare recommendations for… (More)

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@article{Hyman1986ArePH, title={Are public hospitals in New York City inferior to voluntary, nonprofit hospitals? A study of JCAH hospital surveys.}, author={Hugh H. Hyman}, journal={American journal of public health}, year={1986}, volume={76 1}, pages={18-22} }