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Assessing Change in Physician Practice Organization Profile in South Carolina: A Longitudinal Study.

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Summary of "Assessing Change in Physician Practice Organization Profile in South Carolina: A Longitudinal Study."

Physician practice organization is shifting away from solo, independent practices toward direct employment, but trends for rural-urban differences are often analyzed by dichotomizing rurality. The purpose of this analysis was to examine trends in practice organization across 3 levels of rurality over a 21-year period in South Carolina.

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Name: The Journal of rural health : official journal of the American Rural Health Association and the National Rural Health Care Association
ISSN: 1748-0361
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State bounded on the north by Virginia, on the east and Southeast by the Atlantic Ocean, on the south by Georgia and South Carolina, and on the west by Tennessee.

State bounded on the north by North Carolina, on the east and south by the Atlantic Ocean, and on the west by Georgia.

The area of those states which seceded in 1861 from the union of the United States of America. They include South Carolina, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Texas, Virginia, Arkansas, North Carolina, and Tennessee.

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