January 1995
Modern Healthcare;1/9/95, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p40
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Presents developments in medical care in the United States as of January 9, 1995. Includes the joint venture of the American Medical Association and NBC Cable network; Details on the Open Society Institute in New York; Comments on the Health Care Financing Administration's proposed changes in the labor market regulations; Failure of the Federal Bureau of Investigation's scheme to trap Medicare thieves in Florida.


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