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Title Date Document Info Author  

Analysis of Niche Hospitals in Texas and the Financial Impact on General Hospitals

December 2006 Research Report Michelle Banker  

A Report on Medical Specialty Centers in Wyoming

November 2006 Research Report Michelle Banker  

Tracking Health Care Costs: Spending Growth Remains Stable at High Rate in 2005

October 2006 Data Bulletin No. 33 Michelle Banker  

Tracking Health Care Costs: Continued Stability But at High Rates in 2005

Oct. 3, 2006 Journal Article Michelle Banker  

Health Coverage and Access to Care for Hispanics in New Growth Communities and Major Hispanic Centers

Sept. 21, 2006 Research Report Michelle Banker  

The Effect of Population Aging on Future Hospital Demand

March 28, 2006 Journal Article Michelle Banker  
         



 

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