WASHINGTON -- Young adults are more likely than are adolescents to be uninsured, attorney Abigail English said during a meeting sponsored by the National Institute for Health Care Management Foundation.
What does NIHCM stand for?
NIHCM stands for National Institute for Health Care Management
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David Ollier Weber is a frequent contributor to this journal and 2002 winner of the eighth annual award for trade journalism presented by the National Institute for Health Care Management Research and Education.
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The National Institute for Health Care Management, a Washington-based nonprofit research group, says increased sales of the 50 drugs with the largest advertising budgets accounted for 47.
According to the National Institute for Health Care Management Foundation, a nonprofit health organization in Washington, D.
According to study by the nonprofit National Institute for Health Care Management, a rapidly increasing percentage of new drugs approved by the FDA have the same active ingredients as other drugs on the market.