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June 26, 1937

ORGANIZATION SECTION of the Journal of the American Medical AssociationDevoted to the Organizational, Business, Economic and Social Aspects of Medical Practice

JAMA. 1937;108(26):117B-132B. doi:10.1001/jama.1937.02780260159047


(Abstract by the Bureau of Medical Economics) 

Note.—  The American Foundation Studies in Government, which was established in 1924 by the late Edward Bok, has been engaged in several studies, among which are "The Press Poll of Views on the World Court" and "Russian Recognition." In these and other studies the foundation has endeavored to report faithfully the views expressed.The most recent study conducted by the American Foundation Studies in Government is concerned with medical care. The report has just been made available, sent free to those who contributed and purchasable at $3.50 per copy, on writing to 565 Fifth Avenue, New York City.Comments, wherever made, are marked "Comment" and are enclosed in parentheses.—Ed.Fundamentally, this is a study of the opinions of physicians concerning many aspects of medical service. Approximately 5,000 letters were received from approximately 2,200 men. The purpose

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