Hospitals advocate lures back UH system

Robinson, Ruthann
October 2002
Crain's Cleveland Business;10/14/2002, Vol. 23 Issue 41, p2
Reports the return of University Hospitals Health System with Center for Health Affairs in Cleveland, Ohio. Reasons of university hospital on the rejoin; Advantages of the hospitals reunification; Importance of University Hospitals on health care.


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