Consumer attitudes toward healthcare marketing practices: a comparison of hospitals vs. physicians.

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This study investigates consumer attitudes toward the use of marketing practices by the health care industry. The survey results show significant differences in consumers' attitude toward the use and effects of various marketing practices by the two types of provider (hospital and physician). Theoretical and empirical implications are discussed. 

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