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1. The Indianapolis Project World Wide Web site , 1996.

2. Slater, C.M., and G.E. Hall, 1996 County and City Extra, 5th ed., Lanham, MD: Berman Press, 1996.

3. September 1996 Economic Trends Report, Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce.

4. Area Resource File as of February 1996, Office of Research and Planning, Bureau of Health Professions, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Data are a five-year average from 1988 to 1992.

5. Biannual Report, Marion County Health Department, 1996.

6. American Hospital Association, database of the 1995 Annual Survey of Hospitals. Figures do not include long-term care units in hospitals.

7. Estimates are based on the 1996 American Medical Association Master File and 1996 American Osteopathic Association Master File. Includes physicians in direct patient care, excluding some specialties (radiology, anesthesiology, pathology), residents and fellows.

8. Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce, 1996.

9. InterStudy Competitive Edge HMO Directory 7.1, March 1997.

10. Ibid. and interview respondents.

11. InterStudy Competitive Edge HMO Directory 7.1, March 1997.

12. Committee on Ways and Means, U.S. House of Representatives, 1996 Green Book, November 4, 1996.

13. Ginsburg, P.B., and N.J. Fasciano, eds., The Community Snapshots Project, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 1996.

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