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September 15, 1951

Administrative Medicine.

JAMA. 1951;147(3):285. doi:10.1001/jama.1951.03670200077037

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Abstract

This book is intended to be used as a reference by medical administrators and by advanced students who are preparing for work as medical administrators. It has the usual advantage and disadvantages of a compilation. The breadth of its scope is such that no one person could have written it. Dr. Emerson had done well in the choice of the various experts who have contributed, and he has succeeded in producing a harmonious whole. The authors are men of actual experience in the field covered. They are men of sane and conservative views and completely worthy to be considered experts in their respective fields. Dr. Emerson is well-known as a man of sound judgment in matters pertaining to health and medical administration. Any views that he may have sponsored in a book of this sort are well worthy of earnest consideration by those in positions of responsibility.

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