Decomposing Organizational Productivity Changes in Acute Care Hospitals in Tennessee, 2002-2006: A Malmquist Approach*

@inproceedings{Roh2013DecomposingOP,
  title={Decomposing Organizational Productivity Changes in Acute Care Hospitals in Tennessee, 2002-2006: A Malmquist Approach*},
  author={Chul-Young Roh and M. Jae Moon and Kwangho Jung},
  year={2013}
}
After the passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the survival and the productivity of hospitals are a critical topic in health care management. This study measured the productivity of acute care hospitals in Tennessee, applying the DEA-Malmquist index, which can be decomposed into a technical efficiency and technological change index in relation to factors such as size, ownership, location, and network. This draws on utilization data and financial statements from 144 acute… CONTINUE READING

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