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Impact of socioeconomic factors on in-patient length of stay and their consequences in per case hospital payment systems

Bibliographic reference Perelman, Julian ; Closon, Marie-Christine. Impact of socioeconomic factors on in-patient length of stay and their consequences in per case hospital payment systems. In: Journal of Health Services Research & Policy, Vol. 16, no.4, p. 197-202 (2011)
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