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The Andrew Pattullo lecture. Healthy populations or healthy institutions: the dilemma of health care management

Title
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication1995
AuthorsEvans RG
JournalThe Journal of health administration educationJ.Health Adm.Educ.
Volume13
Issue3
Pages453 - 472
Date Published1995
KeywordsCanada, Community Health Planning/organization & administration, Conflict of Interest, Cost Control, Economic Competition, Europe, Health Care Reform/trends, Health Promotion, Hospital Administration/education, Humans, Organizational Innovation, Social Responsibility, United States
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