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Therefore, this multi-contributor blog addresses effective, comprehensive primary care and how we might create a policy environment that truly supports effective, comprehensive primary care.




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One Response

  1. On Medical Practice Start–Ups

    The notorious rigors of completing medical school and residency seemingly have nothing on the challenges faced by newly minted doctors entering practice, according to an article in the New York Post.


    And, the adage that you’ve got to spend money to make money hits new grads as a gross understatement … Ideal!




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