The Marketing of Professional Health-Care Services
Revolution is changing the American health-care system. Changes taking place are unquestionably some of the most dramatic in the history of American health care. Impact of the trends now affecting the health-care system undoubtedly will influence structure and functioning of the system well into the 21st century.
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