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John V. Cox, DO, MBA, on 2017 Quality Care Symposium Highlights: Expert Perspective

2017 Quality Care Symposium

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John V. Cox, DO, MBA, of the Parkland Health System/UTSW, discusses some of the key presentations at the 2017 Quality Care Symposium (Abstracts 3, 37, 52).



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