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INSTITUTIONAL ROLES AND RELATIONSHIPS GOVERNING THE QUALITY OF HEALTH CARE

@inproceedings{Tarantino2016INSTITUTIONALRA,
  title={INSTITUTIONAL ROLES AND RELATIONSHIPS GOVERNING THE QUALITY OF HEALTH CARE},
  author={L. Tarantino and Kelley Laird and A. Ottosson and Ruben Frescas and K. Mate and Vivian Addo-Cobbiah and C. Bannerman and P. Pacheco and D. Burssa and Andrew Likaka and Mirwais Rahimzai and M. Rashad},
  year={2016}
}
  • L. Tarantino, Kelley Laird, +9 authors M. Rashad
  • Published 2016
  • This publication was produced for review by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and authored by Lisa Tarantino, Kelley Laird, Amanda Ottosson, Ruben Frescas, Kedar Mate, Vivian Addo-Cobbiah, Cynthia Bannerman, Paulina Pacheco, Daniel Burssa, Andrew Likaka, Mirwais Rahimzai, M. Rashad Massoud, and Shams Syed. The work described was carried out by the USAID Health Finance and Governance and USAID Applying Science to Strengthen and Improve Systems projects and made… CONTINUE READING

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