Report Shows People at Risk for Poor Health Care across United States

June 2004
hfm (Healthcare Financial Management);Jun2004, Vol. 58 Issue 6, p21
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Reports that a study by RAND Health on poor health care across the United States is published in the May 4, 2004 issue of "Health Affairs". Use of community quality index; Study of delivery of care in 12 metropolitan areas, including Boston, Massachusetts and Lansing, Michigan.


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