The role of family practice in different health care systems: a comparison of reasons for encounter, diagnoses, and interventions in primary care populations in the Netherlands, Japan, Poland, and the United States.

@article{Okkes2002TheRO,
  title={The role of family practice in different health care systems: a comparison of reasons for encounter, diagnoses, and interventions in primary care populations in the Netherlands, Japan, Poland, and the United States.},
  author={Inge M. Okkes and G O Polderman and George Edgar Fryer and T Yamada and Marek Bujak and Sibo K Oskam and Lee A. Green and Henk Lamberts},
  journal={The Journal of family practice},
  year={2002},
  volume={51 1},
  pages={72-3}
}
From the Academic Medical Center/University of Amsterdam, Division of Public Health, Department of Family Practice, Amsterdam (I.M.O., S.K.O., H.L.); Family Physician, Transition Project, Amstelveen (G.O.P.); the Robert Graham Center: Policy Studies in Family Practice and Primary Care, Washington, DC (G.E.F., L.A.G.); the Japanese Association for Development of Community Medicine, Tokyo (T.Y.); and the Silesian Medical School, Katowice (M.B.). Reprint requests should be addressed to I.M. Okkes… CONTINUE READING

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