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Surgery centers. Gaining market share at hospitals' expense

Surgery centers. Gaining market share at hospitals' expense

Health Industry Today 51(7): 15-17

One of the most dynamic of the alternate sites is the freestanding outpatient surgery center, which has established itself as a force in the marketplace and has actually begun to take business away from hospitals.

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