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Virtual integration, less costly than vertical integration, allows organizations to focus on core competencies. Case study.
Strateg Healthc Excell. 1997 Jul; 10(7):1-9.SH

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10168365

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Weber, D O.. "Virtual Integration, Less Costly Than Vertical Integration, Allows Organizations to Focus On Core Competencies. Case Study." Strategies for Healthcare Excellence : Organizational Productivity, Quality and Effectiveness, vol. 10, no. 7, 1997, pp. 1-9.
Weber DO. Virtual integration, less costly than vertical integration, allows organizations to focus on core competencies. Case study. Strateg Healthc Excell. 1997;10(7):1-9.
Weber, D. O. (1997). Virtual integration, less costly than vertical integration, allows organizations to focus on core competencies. Case study. Strategies for Healthcare Excellence : Organizational Productivity, Quality and Effectiveness, 10(7), 1-9.
Weber DO. Virtual Integration, Less Costly Than Vertical Integration, Allows Organizations to Focus On Core Competencies. Case Study. Strateg Healthc Excell. 1997;10(7):1-9. PubMed PMID: 10168365.
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