The Journal of Medical Practice Management

The Journal of Medical Practice Management is a medical journal published by Greenbranch Publishing. It is abstracted and indexed in Index Medicus and MEDLINE.

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Greenbranch Publishing - The Journal of Medical Practice Management
... The Journal of Medical Practice Management has been published continually since 1984 (originally by Lippincott Williams Wilkins) ... Greenbranch Publishing acquired the journal in 1998 and built its reputation through the delivering the highest quality editorial provided by the most respected names in the medical practice industry ... The Journal's prestige is further affirmed by The National Library of Medicine, which has selected the Journal for inclusion in its prestigious Index ...
The Journal Of Medical Practice Management - History
... The journal was established by Marcel Frenkel as a resource for the practicing physician in 1984 ...

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