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TABLE OF CONTENTS VOLUME I PREFACE I. INTRODUCTION Activities Organization of the Report II. III. IV. V. SELECTED ISSUES IN HEALTH PLANNING Background Internal Stresses in the Planning Program Purposes and Expectations Restatement of Purposes and Discussion NATIONAL, STATE AND LOCAL ROLES AND RELATIONSHIPS Issues Raised in Testimony to the Committee Specific Issues Addressed by the Committee CONSUMER PARTICIPATION History and Background Current Issues in Consumer Participation Findings and Recommendations SUMMARY OF RECOMMENDATIONS AND CONCLUSIONS Selected Issues in Health Planning National, State and Local Roles and Relationships, Consumer Participation REFERENCES BIBILIOGRAPHY APPENDIX v e V11 1 2 3 S 8 17 20 26 31 36 43 53 53 61 64 71 1 ~ 75 80 85 89 Al

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TABLE OF CONTENTS VOLUME II PREFACE National, State and Local Roles and Relationships Some Structural Issues in the Health Planning Program --Lawrence D. Brown Interstate Variation in Certificate of Need Programs - A Review and Prospectus --Donald R. Cohodes Monitoring the Health Planning System: Data, Measurement and Inference Problems --George W. Downs National/State/Local Relationships in Health Planning: Lobbying Bottoms Up is Upside Down Consumer Participation Interest Group Reaction and --G. Gregory Raab --Harvey M. Sapolsky Consumerism in Health Planning Agencies --Barry Checkoway Consumer Movements in Health Planning --Barry Checkoway Special Interests Versus Citizen Control: Who Owns Planning? --Dorothy Ellenburg Models of Representation: the HSAs Consumers and --James A. Morone The Real World of Representation: Consumers and the HSAs --James A. Morone vet 1V 1 47 81 105 131 143 167 185 207 237