A Healthcare Systems Leadership Perspective on Organizational Challenges Posed by Genomics

Plume, Stephen K.
March 2001
Frontiers of Health Services Management;Spring2001, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p29
Explores the opportunities and problems associated with genomic advances in healthcare. Areas of opportunity; Consequences of difficulties; Concept in coping with the expansions of genomic knowledge.


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