Spatial diffusion of an innovative health care plan.

by Gary William Shannon

Publisher: Dept. of Geography, University of Michigan in Ann Arbor

Written in English
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  • Michigan,
  • Detroit metropolitan area


  • Community Health Association (Detroit, Mich.),
  • Health maintenance organizations -- Michigan -- Detroit metropolitan area -- Mathematical models.,
  • Health maintenance organization patients -- Michigan -- Detroit metropolitan area -- Mathematical models.,
  • Health service areas -- Michigan -- Detroit metropolitan area -- Mathematical models.,
  • Diffusion of innovations -- Michigan -- Detroit metropolitan area -- Mathematical models.,
  • Monte Carlo method.

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 160-166.

SeriesMichigan geography publication,, no. 3
LC ClassificationsRA413.3.C58 S5
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 166 p.
Number of Pages166
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3900782M
LC Control Number81462878

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The Milbank Quarterly. ;82(4) This article summarizes an extensive literature review addressing the question of how health care organizations can sustain and spread innovations.

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