The Health Care Industry in the Nashville MSA: Its Scope and Impact on the Regional Economy
AbstractThrough a variety of methods, this study examines the reasons Nashville has become a salient locus in the national health care industry and analyzes the trends and scope of the core health care industry in Nashville from a comparative perspective. In addition, it provides a detailed assessment of the economic impact of the health care industry cluster on the regional economy. Furthermore, it provides a benchmarking initiative that compares Nashville with 12 peer Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) using a host of selected health care-related indicators. Finally, the study profiles the member companies of the Nashville Health Care Council (NHCC) and presents the results of a CEO Confidence Survey.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Middle Tennessee State University, Business and Economic Research Center in its series Studies with number 200706.
Date of creation: Feb 2006
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- Murat Arik, 2010. "The Health Care Industry in the Nashville MSA: Its Scope and Impact on the Regional Economy," Studies 201002, Middle Tennessee State University, Business and Economic Research Center.
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- Thomas Klier & William Testa, 2002. "Location trends of large company headquarters during the 1990s," Economic Perspectives, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, issue Q II, pages 12-26.
- Stan McMillen & Hulya Varol & Edward Zolnick & Na Li Dawson, 2001. "The Second MetroHartford Regional Performance Benchmark," CCEA Studies 2001-08, University of Connecticut, Connecticut Center for Economic Analysis.
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