AHSR

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AHSRAssociation for Health Services Research
AHSRAcademy for Health Services Research
AHSRApplied Health Services Research
AHSRAustralian Health Sector Recruiting (dental recruiting firm; est. 1998)
AHSRAir-Height Surveillance Radar
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Rich, Roger Feldman, and colleagues titled "The Effects of Medical Group Practice and Physician Payment Methods on Costs of Care," which appeared in the August 2000 issue, received one of the Article of the Year Awards from the Academy for Health Services Research and Health Policy.
The Academy for Health Services Research and Health Policy is pleased to announce the release of the new and expanded 2002 Directory of Training Programs in Health Services and Health Policy Research.
In the definition recently adopted by the AHSR Board and then by the Board of the Academy for Health Services Research and Health Policy, the scope of health services research interest is broadened further to include personal behaviors and social factors.
Gauthier, M.S., Vice President, Academy for Health Services Research and Health Policy, and Senior Consultant to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's State Coverage Initiatives program, Academy for Health Services Research and Health Policy, 1801 K Street, NW, Suite 701-L, Washington, DC 20006.
This special memorial issue of Health Services Research draws together outstanding papers presented at the 2001 Annual Meeting of the Academy for Health Services Research and Health Policy in honor of the late Alice Hersh, founding Director of the Association for Health Services Research.
The Academy for Health Services Research and Health Policy (Academy) has voted to increase its individual member subscription support for HSR to $50 per individual member and $90 per institutional member.
We are pleased to note that "Single Women and the Dynamics of Medicaid" by Vicki Freedman and Pamela Farley Short, which appeared in the December 1998 issue of HSR, received the 1999 Article of the Year Award from the Academy for Health Services Research and Health Policy.
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