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... He was study director for the Institute studies Access to Medical Review Data: Disclosure Policy for Professional Standards Review Organizations (1981) , Health Care in a Context of Civil Rights (1981)
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... His recent areas of research interest include health maintenance organizations, competition among hospitals, and multiple choice insurance arrangements. He is the author of Health Maintenance Organizations: Dimensions of Performance (New York: Wiley-Interscience, and with Joan Trauner and Joy Robinson has recently completed a monograph for the Federal Trade Commission, Entrepreneurial Trends in Health Care Delivery: The Development of Retail Dentistry and Freestanding Ambulatory Services.
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... JESSICA TOWNSEND has a degree in philosophy, politics, and economics from Oxford University, England. After a number of years as an economist and as a journalist for Business Week, she received a master's degree in health care administration from George Washington University and entered the field of health policy research.-She subsequently participated in studies at the American Health Planning Association and the Institute of Medicine.
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