2 edition of Health manpower, 1974. found in the catalog.
Health manpower, 1974.
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Labor and Public Welfare. Subcommittee on Health.
Hearings held April 30-June 26, 1974.
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The health manpower policies of state governments are discussed on the basis of an appraisal of a set of recently completed health manpower studies. Examination suggests that both state health manpower policy processes and outcomes may be limited in fundamental ways. Resolution depends upon changes in the ways in which we perceive health manpower problems and in the Cited by: 1. Over 2, hospitals nationwide, including 5 of the 10 largest health systems, trust HealthStream for their core training needs. Engage associates by providing access to thousands of online training courses at our Training and Development Center.
Health care institutions, health manpower, paying for care, the federal government and health care, state and local health activities, ambulatory care, voluntary agencies, review and control of quality and costs, the pharmaceutical industry, the medical supply and equipment industry. 1. Author(s): Vector Research, inc.; United States. Bureau of Health Resources Development. Title(s): Final report of Contract No. MI/ by Vector Research, inc.
health manpower development. While a few research studies were carried out on health manpower development, much remains to be achieved. Undoubtedly, there is a need to increase further the number of decision- linked research studies on manpower that will be useful for decision-making and to focus on the economics of health. Health manpower in Rural areas Average Rural Population, rural area and radial distance Covered By Health Facility (Based On Census ) Facility population Rural area (Sq. Km) Radial distance (Km) Sub-center PHC CHC SHORTFALL IN CURRENT HEALTH MANPOWER
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book Resources Development) designed to project future health manpower : Seth Bonder. H.R. (93rd). A bill to amend the Public Health Service Act to revise and extend the programs of assistance under title VII for training in the health and allied health professions, to revise the National Health Service Corps program and the National Health Service Corps scholarship training program, and for other purposes.
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