Health Services Management: Readings and Commentary
Anthony R. Kovner, Duncan Neuhauser
AUPHA Press/Health Administration Press, Jan 1, 1997 - Health facilities - 532 pages
This book examines the skills health services managers need today to succeed in a variety of settings. The format, which focuses on six core competencies, provides an excellent overview of the basics of health services management.
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