Health Care in New York City

Research Report

Health Care in New York City

Service Providers' Response to an Emerging Market

Abstract

Despite heightened pressure caused by hospital payment deregulation, reduced public program payment streams, and the growth of competition from managed care, executives at 17 hospitals and health centers in Brooklyn and Manhattan continue to espouse a deep sense of mission and support for the care of low-income and other vulnerable populations. Interviews with 30 senior executives at 17 hospitals and health centers in Brooklyn and Manhattan formed the basis for this report.

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