Flu scare strengths and weaknesses from providers

July 2009
Healthcare Risk Management;Jul2009, Vol. 31 Issue 7, p73
The article reports on the strengths and weaknesses of healthcare providers concerning their preparedness in managing the H1N1 flu virus in the U.S.


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