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Graft, Vol. 4, No. 6, 424-426 (2001)
© 2001 SAGE Publications

Financial Sustainability in Transplant Programs

Ian R. Jamieson

Paul Lipori

Richard J. Howard

Expanded patient and donor selection criteria are likely to increase the number of high-cost cases in transplantation. To counter the potential huge losses of such cases, a careful managed care contracting strategy must be employed. Three broad categories of financial information (determination of price, performance benchmarks, and management strategies) must be combined to determine a contracting strategy that will provide financial sustainability.

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