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- Advanced Methods in Delivery System Research
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Identifying Key Areas for Delivery System Research
Table of Contents
- Identifying Key Areas for Delivery System Research
- Executive Summary
- Identifying Key Areas for Delivery System Research
- Appendix A: Priority Topics
- Appendix B: Example Components of the Conceptual Model
- Appendix C: "Long List" of Delivery System Research Areas
- Appendix D: Four Suggested Key Areas
Internet Citation: References. Content last reviewed February 2014. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD.