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What Women's Health Wants in Your Market.

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Summary of "What Women's Health Wants in Your Market."

Women are a key focus segment for health care organizations both because of the medical services they utilize as individuals and the influence they have on the health care of others. In one survey, 59% of women and 94% of working moms reported making or heavily influencing health care decisions for their entire families.

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Name: Managed care (Langhorne, Pa.)
ISSN: 1062-3388
Pages: 28

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