Integrating Complementary Medicine Into Health Systems
Aspen Publishers, 2001 - Medical - 763 pages
This comprehensive and in-depth guide includes complete case studies by over 40 model organizations and thorough reviews of acupuncture, chiropractic, therapeutic massage, clinical nutrition, and herbal therapy. Content includes trends and data, practical strategic planning, reimbursement, marketing, and policy, credentialing and staffing, regulations, clinical operations, and assessment and research.
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Chapter 2Utilization Data on Complementary and Alternative Medicine
Chapter 3Evolving Demands and Demographics in Health Care
Chapter 4New Perspectives
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