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Perspectives. 'Privatization' sweeps through public behavioral care programs, but community providers maintain key role on front lines.
Med Health. 1998 Dec 14; 52(48):suppl 1-4.MH

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eng

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10187182

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Cunningham, R. "Perspectives. 'Privatization' Sweeps Through Public Behavioral Care Programs, but Community Providers Maintain Key Role On Front Lines." Medicine & Health (1997), vol. 52, no. 48, 1998, pp. suppl 1-4.
Cunningham R. Perspectives. 'Privatization' sweeps through public behavioral care programs, but community providers maintain key role on front lines. Med Health. 1998;52(48):suppl 1-4.
Cunningham, R. (1998). Perspectives. 'Privatization' sweeps through public behavioral care programs, but community providers maintain key role on front lines. Medicine & Health (1997), 52(48), suppl 1-4.
Cunningham R. Perspectives. 'Privatization' Sweeps Through Public Behavioral Care Programs, but Community Providers Maintain Key Role On Front Lines. Med Health. 1998 Dec 14;52(48):suppl 1-4. PubMed PMID: 10187182.
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