Competition from below

Alper, Philip R.
September 1995
Primary Care Weekly;9/4/95, Vol. 1 Issue 20, p5
Reports on the impact of the increasing number of non-physician providers (NPP) on earnings of licensed primary care physicians in the United States. Issues raised against NPP; Recommendations to define the role of the NPP in managed and primary care.


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