Efficiency, Ethics and Indigent Care: A Review of the Proceedings of the Conference 'The All-Payers DRG System: Has New Jersey Found an Efficient and Ethical Way to Provide Indigent Care?'
Erde, Edmund L.
Journal of Medicine and Philosophy. 1987 May; 12(2): 197-201.
A conference on New Jersey's program for reimbursing hospitals for their expected average cost of treating patients in disease categories known as diagnosis related groups (DRGs), with all insurers and self-paying patients being required to pay a proportionate share of the cost of care of indigent patients, was held on 20-21 June 1985 under the auspices of Seton Hall University and the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. Erde gives a summary description of the New Jersey program and reviews the proceedings of the conference, a set of papers published in the July-August 1986 issue of the
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