Improving primary care for older patients: challenge for the aging century: comment on "practice redesign to improve care for falls and urinary incontinence".

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@article{Kao2010ImprovingPC, title={Improving primary care for older patients: challenge for the aging century: comment on "practice redesign to improve care for falls and urinary incontinence".}, author={Helen Kao and Charles Seth Landefeld}, journal={Archives of internal medicine}, year={2010}, volume={170 19}, pages={1772-3} }