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The power of two. UCSF and Stanford merge to prepare for changing market forces, finding the partnership beneficial to both rehab departments



The power of two. UCSF and Stanford merge to prepare for changing market forces, finding the partnership beneficial to both rehab departments



Rehab Management 11(4): 96-99




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