Weiner 3 73 hmos and managed care implications for rural physician manpower planning jonathan p weiner abstract american health care is changing dramatically health maintenance organizations h m o s and other managed care plans are central to this change. First it will discuss the potential implications of hmos and managed care for physician needs and supply in rural regions second it will derive insight into alternative approaches for meeting rural health manpower needs by analyzing hmo staffing patterns. This study analyzes the 1993 national directory of hmos to determine the extent to which rural counties are included in health maintenance organization hmo service areas rural hmos implications for health manpower hunter mm et al the new environment for rural hmos health affairs 1986 5 1105 21 felt s frazer h gold m . The staffing patterns used by hmos provide an interesting point of comparison for those responsible for rural health manpower planning and resource development. Implications of health care reform for rural mental health services deborah a shelton phd elizabeth merwin phd and 60 administration and policy in mental health have implications for development of rural mental health and health care systems seventy three percent of all health manpower short ages are in rural areas deleon et
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