Patient Satisfaction and Selected Physician Behaviors: Does the Type of Practice Make a Difference?
Holloway, Richard L.
Matson, Christine C.
Zismer, Daniel K.
JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN BOARD OF FAMILY PRACTICE 2(2): 87- 92, April-June 1989
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