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Delivering Health Care Services: Public, Not-For-Profit, or Private?

@inproceedings{Deber2002DeliveringHC,
  title={Delivering Health Care Services: Public, Not-For-Profit, or Private?},
  author={Raisa B. Deber},
  year={2002}
}
The views expressed herein are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of the Commission on the Future of Health Care in Canada. v Highlights • How care is financed is not the same as how it is delivered. • " Private delivery " is not a homogeneous category. Private providers can be not-for-profit (NFP) or for-profit (FP); in turn, for-profit includes a range from small businesses (FP/s), such as physicians' offices, to corporate organizations which are expected to… 
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