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Smoothing the transition to contract management


Food Management 26(12): 32-32
Smoothing the transition to contract management
When a hospital switches from a self-operated to a contractor-managed food service department, anxiety is most common during the transition period. The author give suggestions that will help ease anxieties for clinical dietitians.


Accession: 013192830

PMID: 10115775



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