Health Services Research: Work Force and Educational Issues
Marilyn J. Field, Robert E. Tranquada, Jill C. Feasley
National Academies, Oct 9, 1995 - Medical - 127 pages
In a health care environment undergoing major restructuring, health services researchers have an important contribution to make in evaluating the impact of change and in guiding policymakers, clinicians, corporate purchasers, and patients. This book examines the health services research work force and its education. Conclusions focus on the quantity and quality of the work force, prospects for the future, and directions for government policy.
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