From Trickle Down to Paying Up: Making Money Talk

Hurley, Robert
December 1998
Frontiers of Health Services Management;Winter98, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p29
Comments on the article of health educator Tom Weil on attracting physicians to serve in poor communities. Insight provided by the article; Things that the paper and proposal failed to do; Justification of the proposal.


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