Journal of Ambulatory Care Management

Journal of Ambulatory Care Management 01489917
ISBN/ISSN: 01489917
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The Journal of Ambulatory Care Management is a peer-reviewed journal that provides timely, applied information on the most important developments and issues in ambulatory care management.

The Journal of Ambulatory Care Management (JACM) gives you all the facts and information you need to keep up with this rapidly growing area. Major developments that are reshaping ambulatory care today are examined, evaluated, and explained quarterly in JACM. Each issue examines one topic of interest in depth. Recent issues have focused on information systems, marketing in ambulatory care, legal issues, physician productivity, joint ventures, AIDS, and other important topics of concern. JACM provides a forum for new ideas and timely topics not available in any other publication.

Website: www.ambulatorycaremanagement.com

Features

--Gives you all the facts and information you need to keep up with this rapidly growing area.
--Examines, evaluates, and explains major developments that are reshaping ambulatory care today.
--Each issue examines one topic of interest in depth.

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  • ISSN: 01489917
  • Published: Published Quarterly