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New Publications from the Office of Health Policy

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New Publications from the Office of Health Policy Health Policy Newsletter ____________________________________________________________ Volume 13 Number 3 September, 2000 Article 7 ____________________________________________________________ New Publications from the Office of Health Policy Copyright ©2000. Health Policy Newsletter is a quarterly publication of TJU, JHS and the Office of Health Policy and Clinical Outcomes, 1015 Walnut Street, Suite 115, Philadelphia, PA 19107. Suggested Citation: New publications from the Office of Health Policy. Health Policy Newsletter 2000; 13(3): Article 7. Retrieved [date] from http://jdc.jefferson.edu/hpn/vol13/iss3/7. New Publications from the Office of Health Policy Health Policy Newsletter Vol. 13, Number 3 (September 2000), Article 7 New Publications from the Office of Health Policy __________________________________________ Daum WJ, Brinker MR, Nash DB. Quality and outcome determination in health care and orthopaedics: Evolution and current structure. Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons. March/April 2000; 8(2):133-139. Gevirtz F, Nash DB. Enhancing Physician Performance through Practice Profiling. In: Ransom S, Pinsky W, Tropman J, editors. Enhancing Physician Performance: Advanced Principles of Medical Management. American College of Physicians, 2000:91-116. Lofland JH, Nash DB. Acadmic Health Centers and Managed Care. In: Peter R. Kongstvedt, editor. The Managed Health Care Handbook. Aspen Publishers, 2001; 206-227. Nash DB. Can we ever follow guidelines? Editorial. P&T 2000; 25(4):161,162. Nash DB. What’s in a name? Editorial. P&T 2000; 25(5):212. Nash DB. Drug costs and financial incentives: The doctor’s dilemma. Editorial. P&T 2000; 25(6):261-262. Nash DB. The “digital” health plan. Editorial. P&T 2000; 25(7):328-330. Paddock LE, Veloski J, Chatterton ML, Gevirtz FO, Nash DB. Development and validation of a questionnaire to evalua

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