November 2004
Healthcare Purchasing News;2005 Industry Guide, p11
Trade Publication
Lists professional associations in the health care industry of the U.S. American Association for Clinical Chemistry; American College of Surgeons; Alliance for Healthcare Reform; American Association of Ambulatory Surgery Centers


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