Why Is Mark Tatge Influential? (Suggest an Edit or Addition) According to , Wikipedia Mark W. Tatge is an American journalist, author, and college professor. He was a senior editor at Forbes magazine's Midwest Bureau, a staff reporter at The Wall Street Journal, an investigative reporter in the Statehouse Bureau of Cleveland's The Plain Dealer, and is the 2014 recipient of the Baldwin Fellowship at University of South Carolina. (See a Problem?) Mark Tatge's Published Works
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1990 2000 2010 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 4.5 5 Published Papers (4) Third-Person Effect, Religiosity and Support for Censorship of Satirical Religious Cartoons (2016) Fiscally fit teaching hospitals eye sellouts to for-profit chains. (1985) (2) The battle's on for Chicago customers as new entries offer low-cost plans. (1985) (1) Universal targets psychiatric market. (1985) (1) Hospitals are selling their ability to cut big employers' health costs. (1984) (1) The New York Times Reader: Business & Economics (2010) (1) Job security called key to dispute as 6,000 Twin Cities nurses strike. (1984) (1) Opting for deals a growing trend. (1984) (1) Humana's game plan for expansion includes exploiting its 'brand name'. (1985) (1) Baxter persists in its merger bid despite American Hospital rejection. (1985) (0) Competition among Denver hospitals fuels ambulatory care building boom. (1986) (0) Hospital systems race to form PPO networks to regain market share. (1984) (0) Memorial sells stock to physicians and shelters earnings from taxes. (1984) (0) Materials management. Contractors can lower costs, improve efficiency, experts say. (1985) (0) HCA, Intermountain deal offers glimpse of "giants' in action. (1984) (0) Illinois hospital awaits IRS ruling on prototype physician incentive plan. (1984) (0) HHS approves reimbursement of costs for proposed NME Las Cruces facility. (1985) (0) Home care agency adjusts to competing interests of hospitals. (1984) (0) Many systems incompatible. (1984) (0) NME political donation is subject of FBI probe. (1985) (0) For-profits' inpatient occupancy drops in quarter; outpatient visits are rising. (1985) (0) Financial results appear mixed in treating patients in DRG 127. (1985) (0) Patients are sicker, need more care than they did 3 years ago--survey. (1985) (0) Financing healthcare. Chains view acquisitions, will limit building projects. (1985) (0) Ohio plan would trim excess beds. (1984) (0) NME used political maneuvers to get state's OK for hospital: documents. (1985) (0) Long-term care. Providers will offer care in new settings. (1985) (0) California's public hospitals may be victims of Jarvis' tax-cutting zeal. (1984) (0) Short-term debtors flirting with danger. (1984) (0) Strike accelerates shift of patients to outpatient services in Twin Cities. (1984) (0) HCA, AMI got permits from alleged scheme. (1985) (0) New RAHBs offer Good Samaritan short-term liquidity, long-term security. (1984) (0) Industry execs unhappy with capital proposals. (1984) (0) HMO enrollment up 26.7% to 1.68 million. (1985) (0) Adventists see national network of diverse healthcare services. (1984) (0) Materials managers focus on cutting logistical costs, buying larger volumes. (1984) (0) HCA agrees to $194 million price tag for Forum Group's acute care division. (1984) (0) Physicians, Rochester, NY, hospital enter joint venture to protect market. (1984) (0) Stock deal finances VHA firms. (1984) (0) Risk management. Hospitals may take shot at paring infection rate to cut patient stays. (1984) (0) HMOs seeking benefit packages for psychiatric, substance abuse. (1985) (0) What Makes Yelp Reviews Useful ? (2015) (0) Not-for-profit chains. Occupancy rate declines level off while outpatients visits continue to climb. (1985) (0) More not-for-profits mull sellouts to form 'new breed' of foundation. (1985) (0) Is That Online Review Fake News? How Sponsorship Disclosure Influences Reader Credibility (2017) (0) Hospital chains entering insurance business to attract patients, fill beds. (1985) (0) Hospitals soak up bargains in pools of tax-exempt debt with floating rates. (1984) (0) Is chain affiliation vital to survival? Experts debate not-for-profits' future. (1985) (0) Investors forced to shift focus by prospective payment rules. (1984) (0) HCA and Beverly complete deal to pave way for possible merger. (1985) (0) Statistics reveal steady growth in number and size of practices. (1984) (0) More Papers
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