Retraining physicians for primary care

Jacoby, Itzhak; Gary, Nancy E.
May 1997
JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association;05/21/97, Vol. 277 Issue 19, p1569
Academic Journal
Presents a study to determine the number and kinds of programs that medical schools and managed care organizations offer or plan to offer to retrain physician specialists to practice primary care medicine and to discover physicians' attitudes toward such retraining. Design; Results; Conclusions.


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