Integrated Healthcare Is Alive and Well

Coddington, Dean C.
June 2001
Frontiers of Health Services Management;Summer2001, Vol. 17 Issue 4, p31
Argues on the alleged failure of integrated healthcare networks (INHs) to deliver medical services. Reference to the research on INHs; Findings on the development of INHs; Analysis on factors identified as structural or functional problem areas in system development; Attributes of the INHS based on the research.


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