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ERIC Number: EJ227119
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 1979
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Private Sector Rehabilitation: Benefits, Dangers, and Implications for Education.
McMahon, Brian T.
Journal of Rehabilitation, v45 n3 p56-58 Jul-Aug-Sep 1979
There are certain problems inherent in the public nature of rehabilitation delivery systems, including funding, managerial restraints, lack of consumer choice, and limited resources. Key ingredients in private rehabilitation are consumerism, quality control, and competition. Reasons for optimism concerning privatization include increased opportunity, increased responsibility, unrestrained management, and placement orientation. (CT)
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Opinion Papers
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Language: English
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