Abandonment of the patient: the impact of profit-driven health care on the public
Springer Pub. Co., Jan 15, 1996 - Health & Fitness - 122 pages
A thoughtful and alarming examination of how health care "downsizing" and for-profit managed care are affecting quality of care, patient outcomes, and staffing patterns. A distinguished group of nurses, doctors, health care administrators, patients, journalists, and policy makers have contributed to the book.
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