Models of professional behavior(s); doctors; nurses; other
health professionals; health care managers; professional labor markets; training, continuing training and human capital; licensing; remuneration—fee for service, salary, capitation; doctors as entrepreneurs and employers; professionals and research; forecasting demand and supply.
In the health economics literature we often treat a hospital as a healthcare producing ‘firm’. We define cost-functions and perform efficiency analysis, for example. However, this sort of analysis is certainly hampered by the difficulty… Read More »Human capital, endogenous growth and hospital performance