Practicing Medicine in the 21st Century by David B. Nash; MD; MBA

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Published by American College of Physician Executives .

Written in English

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FormatPerfect Paperback
Number of Pages414
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Open LibraryOL9641106M
ISBN 100924674997
ISBN 109780924674990

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