One of the studies prepared for the Royal Commission on Health Services in Canada (1961-65). Provides factual information concerning the nature and significance of group medical practice, and explores the possibilities of encouraging its development in Canada.
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Group Practice and Hospital Utilization
THE PROMOTION OF GROUP PRACTICE
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