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1953 31
1954 22
1955 39
1956 34
1957 33
1958 24
1959 30
1960 26
1961 34
1962 40
1963 37
1964 61
1965 40
1966 12
1967 111
1968 199
1969 245
1970 232
1971 292
1972 306
1973 379
1974 402
1975 301
1976 264
1977 271
1978 360
1979 358
1980 249
1981 211
1982 218
1983 252
1984 285
1985 400
1986 351
1987 364
1988 428
1989 532
1990 603
1991 793
1992 1255
1993 973
1994 877
1995 936
1996 744
1997 958
1998 1017
1999 991
2000 972
2001 975
2002 1235
2003 1342
2004 1481
2005 1543
2006 1786
2007 1798
2008 1807
2009 1906
2010 2331
2011 2448
2012 2374
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Strategies of High-Performing Teaching Hospitals.
Langabeer JR, et al. Hosp Top 2018. PMID 29781771
Teaching hospitals are large and complex, and under constant financial pressure. In this study, we examine the financial performance of 80 large teaching hospitals in the 20 largest cities in the U.S. over the last five years, to identify which strategic and operational management factors separate high-performing hospitals from lower-performing ones. ...This study's findings should help guide strategic planning for teaching hospitals....
Teaching hospitals are large and complex, and under constant financial pressure. In this study, we examine the financial perfo
Comparing teaching and non-teaching hospitals: a frontier approach (teaching vs. non-teaching hospitals).
Grosskopf S, et al. Health Care Manag Sci 2001. PMID 11393745
This paper compares teaching and non-teaching hospitals in terms of their provision of patient services. We proceed by comparing the frontiers of the teaching and non-teaching hospitals using a data envelopment (DEA) type approach, which we apply to a sample of 236 teaching hospitals and 556 non-teaching hospitals operating in the US in 1994. Our results suggest that only about 10% of the teaching hospitals can effectively "compete" with non-teaching hospitals based on the provision of patient services....
This paper compares teaching and non-teaching hospitals in terms of their provision of patient services. We proceed by …
Nurses' perception of empowerment and its relationship with organizational commitment and trust in teaching hospitals in Iran.
Gholami M, et al. J Nurs Manag 2019. PMID 30848036
AIM: The aim of the present study was to clarify the relationship between perception of job empowerment and organizational commitment and trust among nurses in teaching hospitals of Khorramabad (Iran). ...METHODS: This is a descriptive cross-sectional study which included 160 officially employed nurses in four teaching hospitals of Khorramabad (west Iran) selected by stratified random sampling. ...
AIM: The aim of the present study was to clarify the relationship between perception of job empowerment and organizational commitment and tr …
Applying the Balanced Scorecard approach in teaching hospitals: a literature review and conceptual framework.
Trotta A, et al. Int J Health Plann Manage 2013 - Review. PMID 23081849
Teaching hospitals (THs) simultaneously serve three different roles: offering medical treatment, teaching future doctors and promoting research. ...In addition, the literature describes the urgent need to manage the complex dynamics and inefficiency issues that threaten the survival of teaching hospitals worldwide. ...
Teaching hospitals (THs) simultaneously serve three different roles: offering medical treatment, teaching future doctor
Impact of teaching intensity and academic status on medical resource utilization by teaching hospitals in Japan.
Sato D and Fushimi K. Health Policy 2012. PMID 22989855
Teaching hospitals require excess medical resources to maintain high-quality care and medical education. To evaluate the appropriateness of such surplus costs, we examined the impact of teaching intensity defined as activities for postgraduate training, and academic status as functions of medical research and undergraduate teaching on medical resource utilization. Administrative data for 47,397 discharges from 40 academic and 12 non-academic teaching hospitals in Japan were collected. Hospitals were classified into three groups according to intern/resident-to-bed (IRB) ratio. ...
Teaching hospitals require excess medical resources to maintain high-quality care and medical education. To evaluate the appro
A robust analysis of hospital efficiency and factors affecting variability
Leleu H, et al. Health Serv Manage Res 2018. PMID 28990800
For-profit, fully integrated and teaching hospitals were more efficient than their counterparts. Also hospitals located in more competitive markets were more efficient than those located in less competitive markets. ...Hospitals in less competitive markets need to improve their efficiency levels. Moreover, high levels of hospital physician integration might be instrumental in ensuring that hospitals achieve their efficiency goals....
For-profit, fully integrated and teaching hospitals were more efficient than their counterparts. Also hospitals located …
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Capacity in Referral Hospitals in Nigeria: Understanding the Global Health Disparity in Resuscitation Medicine.
Zha Y, et al. J Natl Med Assoc 2018. PMID 30126569 Free article.
We sought to assess the cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) care in referral hospitals across Nigeria to better inform capacity-building initiatives. ...We included referral teaching hospitals with a functioning intensive care unit (ICU) and a department of anaesthesiology. We pilot-tested our tool at four hospitals in Nigeria and recruited participants electronically via the Nigerian Society of Anaesthetists directory. ...
We sought to assess the cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) care in referral hospitals across Nigeria to better inform capacity-build …
Survey of palliative care programs in United States teaching hospitals.
Billings JA and Pantilat S. J Palliat Med 2001. PMID 11596541
In order to estimate the prevalence of palliative care programs in academic hospitals in the United States, we surveyed a random sample of 100 hospitals in the Council of Teaching Hospitals and Health Systems directory. Sixty percent of hospitals provided information. At least 26% of hospitals had either a palliative care consultation service or inpatient unit and 7% had both. ...
In order to estimate the prevalence of palliative care programs in academic hospitals in the United States, we surveyed a random samp …
The commercialisation of public teaching hospitals is a fundamental error.
Stockigt JR. Med J Aust 1996 - Review. PMID 8937368
The new funding system for Australia's public hospitals has not been shown to be effective and is likely to fragment and undermine services that require cooperation rather than competition....
The new funding system for Australia's public hospitals has not been shown to be effective and is likely to fragment and undermine se …
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