Health Care Management Review

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  • Market and organizational factors associated with hospital vertical integration into sub-acute care.  44:137-147. 2019
  • Sustaining multistakeholder alliances.  44:183-194. 2019
  • Hospital ownership of postacute care providers and the cost of care. 2019
  • Hospitals' use of hospitalists: Implications for financial performance.  44:10-18. 2019
  • The patient-centered oncology care on health care utilization and cost: A systematic review and meta-analysis. 2018
  • Integration of cardiologists with hospitals: Effects on physician compensation and productivity. 2018
  • Correlates of interorganizational relationship strategies among critical access hospitals.  43:272-281. 2018
  • Organizational characteristics associated with the provision of cultural competency training in home and hospice care agencies.  43:328-337. 2018
  • Resource-based view on safety culture's influence on hospital performance: The moderating role of electronic health record implementation. 2018
  • Sustaining participation in multisector health care alliances: The role of personal and stakeholder group influence. 2018
  • Magnetic work environments: Patient experience outcomes in Magnet versus non-Magnet hospitals 2018
  • Hospital cultural competency as a systematic organizational intervention: Key findings from the national center for healthcare leadership diversity demonstration project.  43:30-41. 2018
  • Insider versus outsider executive succession: The relationship to hospital efficiency.  43:61-68. 2018
  • Longitudinal analysis of high-technology medical services and hospital financial performance.  43:2-11. 2018
  • Organizational and Environmental Factors Influencing Hospital Community Orientation. 2017
  • The relationship between the external environment and physician e-mail communication: The mediating role of health information technology availability.  42:122-131. 2017
  • Contextual factors associated with hospitals' decision to operate freestanding emergency departments.  42:269-279. 2017
  • Does electronic health record use improve hospital financial performance? Evidence from panel data.  41:267-274. 2016
  • Antecedents to workplace injury in the health care industry: A synthesis of the literature.  41:42-55. 2016
  • Are there differences in health information exchange by health system type?.  41:325-333. 2016
  • Measuring Patient Satisfaction's Relationship to Hospital Cost Efficiency: Can Administrators Make a Difference?.  41:56-63. 2016
  • Public hospitals in financial distress: Is privatization a strategic choice?.  40:337-347. 2015
  • The presence of hospital-based palliative care programs: A resource dependence perspective.  40:356-362. 2015
  • Leadership transitions in multisectoral health care alliances: Implications for member perceptions of participation value 2014
  • Public hospitals in financial distress: Is privatization a strategic choice? 2014
  • The presence of hospital-based palliative care programs: A resource dependence perspective 2014
  • Environmental factors associated with physician's engagement in communication activities 2014
  • Determinants of hospital fall rate trajectory groups: A longitudinal assessment of nurse staffing and organizational characteristics.  39:352-360. 2014
  • Using resource dependency theory to measure the environment in health care organizational studies: A systematic review of the literature.  39:50-65. 2014
  • Health information technology vendor selection strategies and total factor productivity.  38:177-187. 2013
  • Private equity ownership and nursing home financial performance.  38:224-233. 2013
  • The effects of nurse staffing on hospital financial performance: Competitive versus less competitive markets.  38:146-155. 2013
  • Fostering change within organizational participants of multisectoral health care alliances.  37:267-279. 2012
  • Nursing home financial performance: The role of ownership and chain affiliation.  37:235-245. 2012
  • A synthesis of HCMR's health information technology articles (2000-2011).  37:1-3. 2012
  • Cultural competency assessment tool for hospitals: Evaluating hospitals' adherence to the culturally and linguistically appropriate services standards.  37:54-66. 2012
  • Is electronic health record use associated with patient satisfaction in hospitals?.  37:23-30. 2012
  • Mandatory insurance coverage and hospital productivity in Massachusetts: Bending the curve?.  37:294-300. 2012
  • Market factors and electronic medical record adoption in medical practices.  37:14-22. 2012
  • Environmental factors and health information technology management strategy.  36:275-285. 2011
  • Experiences with electronic health records: Early adopters in long-term care facilities.  36:265-274. 2011
  • Rework and workarounds in nurse medication administration process: Implications for work processes and patient safety.  35:124-133. 2010
  • The role of information technology usage in physician practice satisfaction.  34:364-371. 2009
  • Testing the hospital value proposition: An empirical analysis of efficiency and quality.  33:341-349. 2008
  • Market effects on electronic health record adoption by physicians.  33:243-252. 2008
  • The effect of information technology investment on firm-level performance in the health care industry.  33:60-68. 2008
  • The impact of health system membership on patient safety initiatives.  33:13-20. 2008
  • Promise and problems with supply chain management approaches to health care purchasing.  32:192-202. 2007
  • Increasing the relevance of research to health care managers: Hospital CEO imperatives for improving quality and lowering costs.  32:150-159. 2007
  • Nurses' intent to leave the profession: Issues related to gender, ethnicity, and educational level.  32:160-167. 2007
  • The influence of payer mix on electronic health record adoption by physicians.  32:111-118. 2007
  • To outsource or not to outsource: Examining the effects of outsourcing IT functions on financial performance in hospitals.  32:46-54. 2007
  • Analyzing administrative costs in hospitals.  31:347-354. 2006
  • Collaboration to improve services for the uninsured: Exploring the concept of health navigators as interorganizational integrators.  29:196-206. 2004
  • Nurse staffing patterns and quality of care in nursing homes.  29:107-116. 2004
  • Strategic management and performance differences: Nonprofit versus for-prof it health organizations.  29:298-308. 2004
  • Sustainable network advantages: A game theoretic approach to community-based health care coalitions.  29:159-169. 2004
  • The Influence of Time on Changes in Health Status and Patient Satisfaction.  29:1-9. 2004
  • The influence of time on changes in health status and patient satisfaction.  29:240-248. 2004
  • Tracing the evolution of pluralism in community-based coalitions.  29:329-343. 2004
  • Commentary - Patient satisfaction: What is the point?.  28:21-24. 2003
  • Does quality of care lead to better financial performance?: The case of the nursing home industry.  28:201-216. 2003
  • Organizational learning, diffusion of innovation, and international collaboration in telemedicine.  28:68-78. 2003
  • Organizational strategy and diversity management: Diversity-sensitive orientation as a moderating influence.  28:243-253. 2003
  • Strategy as simple rules: Understanding success in a rural clinic.  28:179-188. 2003
  • Evaluating stakeholder management performance using a stakeholder report card: The next step in theory and practice.  27:66-79. 2002
  • Beyond managed costs.  25:93-108. 2000
  • Perceptual gaps in understanding patient expectations for health care service quality.  25:7-23. 2000
  • The strategic behavior of U.S. rural hospitals: A longitudinal and path model examination.  25:48-64. 2000
  • Attitudes of organized labor officials toward health care issues: An exploratory survey of Alabama labor officials.  24:71-82. 1999
  • Can ethical management and managed care coexist?.  23:56-62. 1998
  • Retiree health benefits revisited.  23:29-36. 1998
  • Sources of referral information: A marketing analysis of physician behavior.  23:76-86. 1998
  • Governance of Integrated Delivery Systems/Networks: A Stakeholder Approach.  22:7-20. 1997
  • Organizational Tenure and the Perceived Importance of Retention Factors in Nursing Homes.  22:65-73. 1997
  • INFORMATION-SYSTEMS AND STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT - RESPONSE.  20:41-42. 1995
  • Information systems and strategic management.  20:26-33. 1995
  • Enhancing administrator-clinician relationships: The role of psychological type.  18:57-65. 1993
  • The end of autonomy? Reflections on the postprofessional physician.  17:63-72. 1992
  • Urban-rural hospital affiliations: Assessing control, fit, and stakeholder issues strategically.  17:35-49. 1992
  • Analyzing the health care environment: "you can't hit what you can't see".  16:35-48. 1991
  • The case for hospital diversification into long-term care.  15:71-82. 1990
  • A strategic approach for negotiating with hospital stakeholders.  14:13-23. 1989
  • Stakeholder supportiveness and strategic vulnerability: Implications for competitive strategy in the HMO industry.  14:65-76. 1989
  • Hospital governance and the corporate revolution.  10:63-71. 1985
  • International Standard Serial Number (issn)

  • 0361-6274
  • Electronic International Standard Serial Number (eissn)

  • 1550-5030