July-August 1992
Volume 73, Number 6

The NCCB's Committee for Pro-Life Activities' statement on medically assisted hydration and nutrition overemphasizes the value of mere physiological function.

Critics contend peer review organizations are too costly and fail to improve the quality of care.

Analyzing the kinds of goods society produces clarifies hospitals' charity care contribution.

Sound management procedures facilitated the closure of St. Mary's Health Center, Emporia, KS.

Eliminating hospital-acquired malnutrition improves outcomes and reduces costs.

Cooperation, education, and advocacy revitalize healthcare delivery at Presentation Health System, Sioux Falls, SD.