September 1994
Volume 75, Number 7

An American assesses the reformed German system's new operating efficiencies.

The German healthcare delivery system's efficiency and fairness can provide a lesson for U.S. policymakers.

Various forms of Eastern medicine, focusing on holistic concepts, complement Western methods.

A long-term care facility introduces a social model that puts residents in control.

A senior services program spurs development of a multihospital integrated network.

Adding hospice care allows a Denver system to better serve patient needs.

A nursing center teams up with area churches to care for the elderly in their homes.