Assessing the performance of rural hospitals

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Assessing the performance of rural hospitals

Title
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2002
AuthorsMartens PJ, Stewart DK, Mitchell L, Black CD
JournalHealthcare management forum / Canadian College of Health Service Executives = Forum gestion des soins de sante / College canadien des directeurs de services de santeHealthc.Manage.Forum
VolumeSuppl
Pages27 - 34
Date Published2002
KeywordsBed Occupancy, Efficiency, Organizational, Health Services Needs and Demand, Hospitals, Rural/organization & administration/standards/statistics & numerical data, Humans, Manitoba, Patient Admission, Patient Discharge, Quality Indicators, Health Care/statistics & numerical data
AbstractThis study developed population-based and hospital-based indicators to examine the performance of Manitoba's 68 rural hospitals. Analyses of the indicators revealed considerable differences in the populations served and their use of rural hospital services. Hospital type was also an important factor for performance. The rural hospital indicators would be useful to hospital planners and regional policy makers for comparison purposes and for highlighting issues that need to be addressed.
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