Should you be fearful of the future?

Earnhart, Stephen W.
June 2011
Same-Day Surgery;Jun2011, Vol. 35 Issue 6, p61
Academic Journal
The article presents several questions and answers related to medical facilities including one on surgical center mergers, one on health care reform and one on an office-based surgery center.


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