|Statement||by Gerald Riley ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Riley, Gerald., United States. Health Care Financing Administration.|
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|Number of Pages||63|
Get this from a library! Changes in distribution of Medicare expenditures among aged enrollees, [Gerald Riley; United States. Health Care Financing Administration.;]. Riley G, Lubitz J, Prihoda R, et al. Changes in distribution of Medicare expenditures among aged enrollees, – Health Care Financing Review 7(3)–63, Riley G, Lubitz J, Prihoda R, et . United States. Health Care Financing Administration: Changes in distribution of Medicare expenditures among aged enrollees, / ([Washington, D.C.?: Health Care Financing Administration, ]), . In this article, we examined the concentration of Medicare expenditures among the aged for , , and to determine if expenditures have become more concentrated among a few heavy users.
This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Costs are increased by the broad use of new technologies that, in and of themselves are not expensive, but when used by many have major cost complications (Riley, Lubitz, Prihoda, & Stevenson, x Riley et al., Riley, G., Lubitz, J., Prihoda, R., and Stevenson, M. Changes Cited by: 3. G. Riley, J. Lubitz, R. Prihoda, M. StevensonChanges in distribution of Medicare expenditures among aged enrollees, Health Care Finance Review, 7 (3) (), pp. Google ScholarCited by: 3. Agich, G.J. Actual Autonomy and Long-Term Care DecisionMaking. Pp. – in Long-Term Care Decisions: Ethical and Conceptual Dimensions, L.B. McCullough and N.L. Wilson, eds. Baltimore: .
The Impact of Payor/Provider Type on Health Care Utilization and Expenditures Among the Frail Elderly. American Journal of Public Health 87(2)–, [PMC free article: PMC] [PubMed: . Medicare. See also what's at Wikipedia, your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Older people -- Medical care -- United States; Health insurance -- United States; Related terms. Full text of "Lifesustaining technologies and the elderly." See other formats. The dramatic advances in life-sustaining medical technologies during the past three decades have been accompanied by rapid expansion in their availability and use. As equipment and procedures have .