Medical advances mean high quality, low cost

March 1997
San Diego Business Journal;03/10/97, Vol. 18 Issue 10, pA13
Focuses on the nonprofit organization Kaiser Permanente and the innovative programs and techniques being implemented. Factors which reduce costs and improve quality of care patients receive; Medical care services offered by Kaiser Permanente; Evaluation of the health care program offered by Kaiser.


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