Changing Organizational Forms of Delivering Health Care: The Impact of Managed Care and Other Changes on Patients and Providers
Jennie J. Kronenfeld
JAI Press, 1998 - Health & Fitness - 243 pages
This 15th volume in this series on the sociology of health care covers a variety of topics concerned with changing organizational forms of delivering health care. Areas addressed include behavioural mental health care, physicians, hospitals and managed care, and nurses.
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