Birmingham, Alabama

Cerne, Frank
September 1993
H&HN: Hospitals & Health Networks;9/20/93, Vol. 67 Issue 18, p54
Trade Publication
Reports on efforts by health care providers and purchasers in Birmingham, Alabama to contain costs and improve quality of services by forging partnerships. Measurement of clinical outcomes; Alabama Healthcare Council; Value Improvement Partnership (VIP); MediQual Systems Inc.; Community benefits; Provider collaboration. INSET: Members of the Alabama Healthcare Council's Value Improvement....


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