Parsons, Robert J.
October 2004
Trustee;Oct2004, Vol. 57 Issue 9, p5
Trade Publication
Deals with the components of an equitable and affordable healthcare system proposed by the American Hospital Association. Access of every citizens to emergency medical services; Removal of the barriers to coordinating healthcare for all the residents especially those who are chronically ill; Implementation of high-quality healthcare services in medical facilities.


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