Patient Pathways provide details on what to expect

August 2008
Patient Education Management;Aug2008, Vol. 15 Issue 8, p87
Academic Journal
The article reports on the adaptation of the Children's National Medical Center on clinical pathways in delivering effective medical care in patients during hospitalization in Washington, D.C.


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