Comparative Analysis of Capital Equipment Budgeting Systems in Health Care Institutions.
NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CALIF
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The thesis presents a study of capital equipment investment budgeting procedures in the health care industry. It discusses capital equipment investment philosophy in general, and addresses a few of the comtemporary problems and corresponding solutions contained in current health-care literature. The thesis also describes the specific capital equipment budgeting systems of three segments of the health-care industry Navy hospitals, Veterans Administration hospitals, and non-federal hospitals. Three case studies in capital equipment budgeting - Naval Regional Medical Center, Oakland Veterans Administration Hospital, Martinez and Fairmont General Hospital, Alameda County - are presented to illustrate each of the three segments addressed. Author
- Administration and Management
- Medical Facilities, Equipment and Supplies