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Perspectives on physician involvement in resource allocation & utilization management

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        StatementHospital Management Research Unit, University of Toronto
        PublishersHospital Management Research Unit, University of Toronto
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        LC Classifications1991
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        Paginationxvi, 138 p. :
        Number of Pages60
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Physicians per square kilometer in Tibet, Qinghai, Xinjiang and a few other places have fewer medical physicians, showing less than 0. The issue requires an overall solution that can be consistently applied across the whole field of healthcare, not something that works in isolated instances and that can be applied in only selected areas and in a piecemeal fashion.

Another example occurred after Hurricane Katrina when state officials nationwide faced difficult ethical decisions. This means that China has completed ahead of time the goal of 2. If nurses are involved at the highest levels, they are well positioned to impact the total funds that flow to health care. Within academia, the dean of a college of nursing participates on committees that determine how a university spends total resources.

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Most such systems—take the budgeting system, for instance—emphasize locally controllable measures and actions.When speaking publicly, physicians should be clear when their comments are made in a personal capacity or on behalf of a third party. Secondly, the research results show that the distribution of Chinese physicians by service area is highly unfair. Journal of Family Issues, 26, 143—167. 006 DISCLAIMER: The information contained in this learning material is for general educational purposes only and is not intended to provide specific professional medical or legal advice, nor to constitute a "standard of care" for Canadian healthcare professionals.