Large and small companies measure health care differently

June 1997
Workforce;Jun97, Vol. 76 Issue 6, p26
Discusses the result of a survey on United States employers who buy health-care services for their employees. Most important criterion when buying health-care services; Comparison between the health-care services of large and small companies.


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