Health reform promises improved access, more patients to educate

Cornett, Sandra; Garcia, Cezanne C.; London, Fran; Moyer, Diane; Szczepanik, Mary; Vilejo, Louise
June 2010
Patient Education Management;Jun2010, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p61
Academic Journal
The article presents the insights of various health personnel including Fran London, Mary Szczepanik, and Cezanne C. Garcia regarding the influence of health care reform in patient education due to the need to inform people about health care system.


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