NIHCM

AcronymDefinition
NIHCMNational Institute for Health Care Management
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Estimates suggest that at least hall of those persons are unauthorized immigrants (see NIHCM, 2008).
The average price for the 50 best-selling prescriptions is more than $70, according to NIHCM.
Between 1992 and 1997, prescription drug spending by private third-party parties grew 123 percent, according to the NIHCM study, while consumer out-of-pocket spending on prescription drugs grew only 13 percent.
The study, The Uninsured: A Study of Health Plan Initiatives and the Lessons Learned, is available on the NIHCM Foundation web site -- http://www.
Ginsburg joins the following health care experts on NIHCM Foundation's Advisory Board: John F.
Schaeffer, Chairman of NIHCM Foundation's Board of Directors, and Chairman and CEO of Wellpoint.
The NIHCM (1999) Data Source served as our source for information on 1996-97 MSA level health care supply and managed care characteristics.
NIHCM Foundation will award prizes of $5,000 each to the best entries from the following categories: health care article or series from general circulation publications and health care article or series from trade publications.
The NIHCM study, which was riddled with errors but was widely reported as presented, is pure baloney," said Richard Smith, PhRMA's Vice President of Policy and Research.
DCW037 11/15/2000 09:39 r w bc-DC-NIHCM-Resrch-Award (WASHINGTON) NIHCM Foundation Presents Health Care Research Awards
At the same time, institute founders released results of their initial research: a poll commissioned by the NIHCM and conducted by the respected Louis Harris & Associates, to identify key areas in which policymakers need additional information to evaluate health care reform proposals.