Dinerman, Beatrice

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DINERMAN, Beatrice

DINERMAN, Beatrice. American, b. 1933. Genres: Medicine/Health, Politics/Government, Urban studies. Career: Public Administration Analyst, Bureau of Governmental Research, 1956-62, and Research Associate, School of Public Health, 1966-67, University of California, Los Angeles; Director, Ford Foundation Project on Priority Planning, Welfare Planning Council of Los Angeles, 1962-65; Social Science Research Analyst, Economic and Youth Opportunities Agency, Los Angeles, 1965-66; Consultant, Health Planning Association of Southern California, Los Angeles, 1967-68; Research Associate, School of Public Administration, 1968-69, and Research Consultant, Regional Research Institute in Social Welfare, 1970-72, University of Southern California, Los Angeles; Chief, Research and Information, Comprehensive Health Planning Council of Los Angeles County, 1972-75; Director, Dept. of Health Planning, Pacific Health Resources, 1975-80; Independent Mgmt. Consultant, 1980-81, 1995; Director, Program Planning, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, 1982-95. Publications: Chambers of Commerce in the Modern Metropolis, 1958; Hospital Development and Communities, 1961; Administrative Decentralization in City and County Government, 1961; Structure and Organization of Local Government in the United States, 1961; (co-author) Southern California Metropolis, 1963; Citizen Participation in the Model Cities Program, 1971; various articles.