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Negotiating a successful affiliation agreement between a hospital and a university, Part II


, : Negotiating a successful affiliation agreement between a hospital and a university, Part II. Hospital Topics 62(2): 2-8

Part I in the January/February 1984 issue of HOSPITAL TOPICS discussed how such an affiliation can help solve the DRG problem and improve the cost benefit of your capital and operating programs. Part 1 also included an up-to-date list of references on all phases of the subject. Part II takes up the interests of the University, the Hospital Board, the Physician, the Patient, the Third Party Payor and the costs of the affiliation. It will detail entering into a memorandum of agreement between the Hospital and University and the text of such an agreement is given.

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PMID: 10264691

DOI: 10.1080/00185868.1984.9948369


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