Grazier, Kyle L.
July 2003
Journal of Healthcare Management;Jul/Aug2003, Vol. 48 Issue 4, p211
Academic Journal
Editorial. Comments on the challenges and opportunities in health administration practice and education. Advancement of technology and management processes in the healthcare industry; Improvement of quality of care and the health status of the human population; Proposals for quality improvement in healthcare delivery, management and education.


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