Ortman, Nancy
June 2001
Managed Healthcare Executive;Jun2001, Vol. 11 Issue 6
Trade Publication
Provides insights on the increasing labor market shortage in the United States health care industry. Reasons for the workforce shortage; Strategies to increase recruitment and career development; Ways to make health care a viable occupation.


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