Physician, heal thyself

Cote, Marcel
October 1995
CA Magazine;Oct95, Vol. 128 Issue 8, p72
Trade Publication
Examines the role of physicians in the health-care system in Canada. Health care as a for-profit business; Need to develop a system where medical practices will be handled like any other economic service; Adoption of practices based on clinical research and costs.


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