What Is Basic Medical Care?
Minnesota Medicine. 1991 Mar; 74(3): 25-33.
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Unknown author (Minnesota Medical Association. Medical Benefits Task Force, 1991-03)
Eddy, David M. (1991-02-13)The concept of essential health care postulates that there is a set of basic services that should be available to all who need care, with more services obtainable by those who want and can afford to purchase them. ...
Eddy, David M. (1991-02-13)