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Many studies have been compiled which report patient characteristics and patterns in the utilization of health care services. Very little information is available on the characteristics of patients who refuse sers'ices in a particular program. This article emplov s a sample of 246 home health...
Health services administrators (HSA) are the cynosure of much current research because of their pivotal positions vis-à-vis quality of care and cost-effective policies. Role delineation methods used to date are too simple and/or too subjective to reflect the actual complexities of these roles....
There has been little previous research on the determinants of the effec(tiveness of health care administrators. This research gap pertains to *'irtuallv all health care areas but is especiallv germane to the long-term care field, which has only recently witnessed professional growth in nursing...
This study, determined the extent to which medicalf(culth agreed when rating options in two written patient management problems in diabetes mellitus. Another purpose vvas to determine whether option weights (used fir scoring) based on the consensus ratings offacult v actual/v predict the choices...
The purpose of this article is to discuss the validit l and reliabilit y of 'certification tests and evaluation instruments for pharmacists as drug prescribers. Under California Law AB 717, the University of'Southern California is operating one of two pilot programs to train and evaluate...
Multiple-choice test items with more than one correct response are widely used in the medical sciences in licensure and certification examinations. This stud) presents an amalgam of available evidence regarding formats and scoring formulas for this type of item. Strong evidence of cluing in the...
The present study was designed to investigate the potential bias of' a commonnli developed certifi'ing examination administered to students enrolled at the parent and regional schools of a basic medial science program. Data were collected from 260 first-year basic medical science students who...
American Psychological Association/CHAMPUS peer reviewers (N = 168) evaluated clinical treatment reports that described psychodynamic treatment of middle-aged, depressed outpatients. Descriptive data are reported on the reviewers' recommendations concerning the reimbursement for previous and...
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