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Critical Health Manpower Shortage Areas: Their Impact on Rural Health Planning. Agricultural Economic Report No. 361.

@inproceedings{Fitzwilliams1977CriticalHM,
  title={Critical Health Manpower Shortage Areas: Their Impact on Rural Health Planning. Agricultural Economic Report No. 361.},
  author={J. Fitzwilliams},
  year={1977}
}
This report describes the 673 medical Critical Health Manpower Shortage Areas (CHMSAs) listed by the Federal Register for February 25, 1975, in terms of the Comprehensive Health Planning (CHP) areas where they are located. It describes how the Rural Health Initiative program is designed to cope with the shortage problem and how this program is related to the work of the Health Service Agencies (HSAs) that are succeeding the CHP councils under the new health planning law. A method for relating… Expand
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References

4) Public Law 93-641
  • National Health Planning and Resources Development Act of 1974.
  • 1975