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Health Care Management Science

Title Abbreviation
Health Care Manag Sci
Electronic ISSN
Administrators, Health Scientists, Health Service Researchers, Healthcare Executives, Managed Care Specialists, Managers, Medical Directors, Outcomes Manager, Physicians, Policy Makers, Public Health Professionals, Researchers, Statisticians
Health Care Management Science (HCMS) is an interdisciplinary journal which promotes systems thinking and provides a single forum for researchers and practitioners of health care services and management to exchange ideas and elucidate important developments. The aim is to disseminate knowledge rapidly across traditional disciplinary boundaries. Examples of applicable interdisciplinary areas include: productivity analysis and operations analysis in health care, health information systems, health care financial management, strategic management in health care, managed care, and systems dynamics. The two criteria for inclusion are: a rigorous scientific approach towards a health care problem; and a concern with the policy implications of the work.
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No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
Springer Healthcare Communications
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