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Hospitalization through co-operation

Alberta. Dept. of Public Health

Hospitalization through co-operation

the Alberta government"s municipal hospitals plan.

by Alberta. Dept. of Public Health

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Published by Printed by A. Shnitka, King"s Printer in [Edmonton, Alta .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Insurance, Hospitalization -- Alberta

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesWhat is being achieved through our municipal hospitals plan?
    ContributionsCross, Wallace Warren, 1887-
    The Physical Object
    Paginationfolder ([6] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19767976M

      1. Book 2 THE DYING SUN - 1 Q# 1 How is it that a star seldom finds another star near it? It is so because each star travels in its specified orbit at an unimaginable distance from the other. Q# 2 What happened when, according to Sir James Jeans, a wandering star, wandering through space, came near the sun? Hospitalization. Until April , the 8th Field Hospital at Nha Trang with a bed capacity was the only U.S. Army hospital in Vietnam. Housed in fixed semipermanent quarters, the 8th Field was fitted with a combination of field and "stateside" equipment and operated in a manner similar to a station hospital.

    More money for health Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). These figures, however, are simply an (unweighted) average across the 49 countries at the two points in time. Actual needs will vary by country: five of the countries in that study will need to spend more than US$ 80 per capita in , while six will need to spend less than US$ 40a.   The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development shows that the U.S. spends the largest share of its gross domestic product on healthcare, at 17%, while ranking 23rd out of 34 nations in.

      Deinstitutionalization, the policy of discharging to the community people who had been institutionalized for long periods of time, began in earnest during the early s in the United States and then spread to other countries. Moving the site of treatment from large, long-term institutions to the community was an important milestone for. Health Care in Industrial Nations. Industrial nations throughout the world, with the notable exception of the United States, provide their citizens with some form of national health care and national health insurance (Reid, ). Although their health-care systems differ in several respects, their governments pay all or most of the costs for health care, drugs, and other .


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