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        StatementEnglish Language Book Society ; Weidenfeld and Nicolson
        PublishersEnglish Language Book Society ; Weidenfeld and Nicolson
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        LC Classifications1979
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        Paginationxvi, 93 p. :
        Number of Pages84
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        ISBN 10nodata
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As a result, management of costs and quality presents difficult challenges. From a perspective of a manager, resources include the flow of services from supplies or equipment the organization owns and the flow of services from employees, buildings, or other entities the organization hires. As a result, healthcare organizations have to contend with the management problems insurance presents.

An Introduction to Economics of Healthcare

The manager of a healthcare organization who can identify additional services or additional features that customers are willing to pay for is demonstrating normative economics.

They often sound political or authoritarian, which is why this economic branch is also called "what should be" or "what ought to be" economics. Such opinions can form the foundation for any necessary changes that may have the potential to completely transform a particular project. Normative economics often addresses public policy issues, but not always. I used this book on the economics subject during my university days. Economics gives managers a framework for thinking about value.

An introduction to positive economics : Lipsey, Richard G., 1928

Not-for-profit Organizations Not-for-profit organizations usually have multiple stakeholders. For example, economics tells managers to focus on incremental costs, which makes understanding and managing costs much simpler, but economics has little to say about the belief systems that motivate consumer behavior. Insurance Because risk and uncertainty are inherent in healthcare, most consumers have medical insurance. The perils produced by information asymmetries• JSTOR provides a digital archive of the print version of The Canadian Journal of Economics.