Disease management plan helps unfunded patients

November 2007
Patient Education Management;Nov2007, Vol. 14 Issue 11, p127
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the disease management program implemented by nurse care managers at the North Broward Hospital District in Florida to help unfunded patients avoid hospitalization and emergency room visits.


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