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Decision makers' views on health care objectives and budget constraints: results from a pilot study

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  • Al, Maiwenn J.
  • Feenstra, Talitha
  • Brouwer, Werner B. F.

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  • Al, Maiwenn J. & Feenstra, Talitha & Brouwer, Werner B. F., 2004. "Decision makers' views on health care objectives and budget constraints: results from a pilot study," Health Policy, Elsevier, vol. 70(1), pages 33-48, October.
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