A framework for budgetary planning and control in naval hospitals
Kane, George Patrick
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Although a standard budgetary planning and control system is not feasible or desirable for all naval hospitals, the similarity of their functional mission requirements and organizational structure are conducive to establishment of a uniform conceptual framework of budgetary planning and control to facilitate the efficient allocation and management of fund resources.
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