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Radice, Carol
May 1997
Progressive Grocer;May97, Vol. 76 Issue 5, p177
Trade Publication
Focuses on the expansion of diabetes case-management program of H.E. Butt (HEB) by opening it to employees and general public. Statement of R.C. Perez, program director of HEB about the expanded program and its effectivity in reducing health care costs; Information about the test period of the program; How the program helps patients with diabetes.


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