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Phillip Dellinger MD MS (Author)/5(24). With an emphasis on general theory and practical applications, the text delineates the techniques that form the basis of quality management in medicine, such as group processes, process orientation, statistical process control, and statistical by: Principles of health care management: foundations for a changing health care system/ Seth B.
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