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Examination of nursing home financial distress via Porter's five competitive forces framework.
Hospice inpatient services provision, utilization, and financial performance.
Hospital ownership of postacute care providers and the cost of care
Integration of cardiologists with hospitals: Effects on physician compensation and productivity
Organizational facilitators and barriers to optimal APRN practice: An integrative review
Systematic review of the hospice performance literature
The patient-centered oncology care on health care utilization and cost: A systematic review and meta-analysis
"Hails and farewells"
Resource-based view on safety culture's influence on hospital performance: The moderating role of electronic health record implementation
Sustaining participation in multisector health care alliances: The role of personal and stakeholder group influence
Information system use antecedents of nursing employee turnover in a hospital setting.
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Hospital staffing patterns and safety culture perceptions: The mediating role of perceived teamwork and perceived handoffs.
Are community health centers' chief executive officers' compensation related to clinical performance?
Market and organizational factors associated with hospital vertical integration into sub-acute care
Sustaining multistakeholder alliances
Examination of the relationship between management and clinician perception of patient safety climate and patient satisfaction
Hospitals' use of hospitalists: Implications for financial performance
Organizational and environmental factors influencing hospital community orientation
Correlates of interorganizational relationship strategies among critical access hospitals
Organizational characteristics associated with the provision of cultural competency training in home and hospice care agencies
Magnetic work environments: Patient experience outcomes in Magnet versus non-Magnet hospitals
Hospital cultural competency as a systematic organizational intervention: Key findings from the national center for healthcare leadership diversity demonstration project
Insider versus outsider executive succession: The relationship to hospital efficiency
Longitudinal analysis of high-technology medical services and hospital financial performance
The relationship between the external environment and physician e-mail communication: The mediating role of health information technology availability
Contextual factors associated with hospitals' decision to operate freestanding emergency departments
Does electronic health record use improve hospital financial performance? Evidence from panel data
Measuring Patient Satisfaction's Relationship to Hospital Cost Efficiency: Can Administrators Make a Difference?
Environmental factors associated with physicians engagement in communication activities
Public hospitals in financial distress: Is privatization a strategic choice?
The presence of hospital-based palliative care programs: A resource dependence perspective
Determinants of hospital fall rate trajectory groups: A longitudinal assessment of nurse staffing and organizational characteristics
Using resource dependency theory to measure the environment in health care organizational studies: A systematic review of the literature
Health information technology vendor selection strategies and total factor productivity
Private equity ownership and nursing home financial performance
The effects of nurse staffing on hospital financial performance: Competitive versus less competitive markets
Fostering change within organizational participants of multisectoral health care alliances
Nursing home financial performance: The role of ownership and chain affiliation
A synthesis of HCMR's health information technology articles (2000-2011)
Cultural competency assessment tool for hospitals: Evaluating hospitals' adherence to the culturally and linguistically appropriate services standards
Is electronic health record use associated with patient satisfaction in hospitals?
Mandatory insurance coverage and hospital productivity in Massachusetts: Bending the curve?
Market factors and electronic medical record adoption in medical practices
Environmental factors and health information technology management strategy
Experiences with electronic health records: Early adopters in long-term care facilities
The role of information technology usage in physician practice satisfaction
Testing the hospital value proposition: An empirical analysis of efficiency and quality
Market effects on electronic health record adoption by physicians
The effect of information technology investment on firm-level performance in the health care industry
The impact of health system membership on patient safety initiatives
Promise and problems with supply chain management approaches to health care purchasing
Increasing the relevance of research to health care managers: Hospital CEO imperatives for improving quality and lowering costs
Nurses' intent to leave the profession: Issues related to gender, ethnicity, and educational level
The influence of payer mix on electronic health record adoption by physicians
To outsource or not to outsource: Examining the effects of outsourcing IT functions on financial performance in hospitals
Analyzing administrative costs in hospitals
Collaboration to improve services for the uninsured: Exploring the concept of health navigators as interorganizational integrators
Nurse staffing patterns and quality of care in nursing homes
Strategic management and performance differences: Nonprofit versus for-prof it health organizations
Sustainable network advantages: A game theoretic approach to community-based health care coalitions
The Influence of Time on Changes in Health Status and Patient Satisfaction
The influence of time on changes in health status and patient satisfaction
Tracing the evolution of pluralism in community-based coalitions
Commentary - Patient satisfaction: What is the point?
Does quality of care lead to better financial performance?: The case of the nursing home industry
Organizational strategy and diversity management: Diversity-sensitive orientation as a moderating influence
Strategy as simple rules: Understanding success in a rural clinic
Evaluating stakeholder management performance using a stakeholder report card: The next step in theory and practice
Perceptual gaps in understanding patient expectations for health care service quality
The strategic behavior of U.S. rural hospitals: A longitudinal and path model examination
Attitudes of organized labor officials toward health care issues: An exploratory survey of Alabama labor officials
Managed care and processes to integrate physicians/hospitals
Retiree health benefits revisited
Sources of referral information: A marketing analysis of physician behavior
Organizational Tenure and the Perceived Importance of Retention Factors in Nursing Homes
Enhancing administrator-clinician relationships: The role of psychological type
The end of autonomy? Reflections on the postprofessional physician
Analyzing the health care environment: "you can't hit what you can't see"
The case for hospital diversification into long-term care
Hospital acquisition or management contract: A theory of strategic choice
Hospital governance and the corporate revolution
The composition of hospital medical staffs
The nature of hospital-HMO affiliations
Factors Associated with the Provision of Inpatient Care in Hospices.
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