Integrating CCCs into the Hospital System

Fenn, Scott
March 2008
Frontiers of Health Services Management;Spring2008, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p33
The author reflects on the integration of convenient care clinics (CCCs) into the hospital health system in the U.S. He discusses the advantages of integrating CCCs into the healthcare system, and the fact that they will contribute to the improvement of medical care services and reduction of medical costs. He calls on healthcare personnel to continue this model to provide better services to the public.


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