Mayo Clinic Symposium Proposes Priorities for Change in US Health Care

June 2008
PT: Magazine of Physical Therapy;Jun2008, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p74
Information about the Mayo Clinic National Symposium on Health Care Reform in March 2008 is presented. The event's participants were given the opportunity to comment on the top four priorities for health care reform in the U.S. They also developed patient-centered health care reform action plans for the private sector.


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