A Comparison of for-Profit and Not-for-Profit Hospitals on the Cost of Mental Health Admissions
HARVARD REVIEW OF PSYCHIATRY 1994 July-August; 2(2): 97-103
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Use of High-Cost Operative Procedures by Medicare Beneficiaries Enrolled in for-Profit and Not-for-Profit Health Plans Schneider, Eric C.; Zaslavsky, Alan M.; Epstein, Arnold M. (2004-01-08)BACKGROUND: It is widely believed that for-profit health plans are more likely than not-for-profit health plans to respond to financial incentives by restricting access to care, especially access to high-cost procedures. ...
Comparison of Mortality Between Private for-Profit and Private Not-for-Profit Hemodialysis Centers: A Systematic Review and Meta- Analysis Devereaux, P.J.; Schunemann, Holger J.; Ravindran, Nikila; Bhandari, Mohit; Garg, Amit X.; Choi, Peter T.L.; Grant, Brydon, J.B.; Haines, Ted; Lacchetti, Christina; Weaver, Bruce; Lavis, John N.; Cook, Deborah J.; Haslam, David R.S.; Sullivan, Terrence; Guyatt, Gordon H. (2002-11-20)CONTEXT: Private for-profit and private not- for-profit dialysis facilities provide the majority of hemodialysis care in the United States. There has been extensive debate about whether the profit status of these facilities ...