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CEOs: well-informed reporters can be powerful hospital allies.
Hospitals. 1991 Nov 05; 65(21):38, 40-2.H

Abstract

Working with the news media to achieve accurate, fair reporting on one's hospital can be a time-consuming chore, but CEOs say the effort is well worth it. Sometimes, even crisis-mode media management can have its upside.

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Journal Article

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eng

PubMed ID

1916724

Citation

Anderson, H J.. "CEOs: Well-informed Reporters Can Be Powerful Hospital Allies." Hospitals, vol. 65, no. 21, 1991, pp. 38, 40-2.
Anderson HJ. CEOs: well-informed reporters can be powerful hospital allies. Hospitals. 1991;65(21):38, 40-2.
Anderson, H. J. (1991). CEOs: well-informed reporters can be powerful hospital allies. Hospitals, 65(21), 38, 40-2.
Anderson HJ. CEOs: Well-informed Reporters Can Be Powerful Hospital Allies. Hospitals. 1991 Nov 5;65(21):38, 40-2. PubMed PMID: 1916724.
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