Reflexiones sobre la Demanda por Salud en América Latina
AbstractSuppliers of medical care, especially in the public sector, tend to think of matching supply to medically-defined needs for attention. Although needs are sometimes hard to diagnose, they are more objective than patients' demands for attention, and it is r
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Volume (Year): 22 (1985)
Issue (Month): 66 ()
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