Home Infusion Therapy: Current Status and Future Trends
Ronald B. Conners, Robert Wayne Winters
American Hospital Pub., 1995 - Medical - 258 pages
An authoritative guide to the clinical, organizational, regulatory, and financial aspects of one of the fastest-growing segments of the health care industry. With a comprehensive yet concise format, this resource offers valuable background information and ideas for program development.
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Part One Service Components of Home Infusion Therapy
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