The cost of psoriasis. (9/21)

Crown discussed findings of a Medstat study probing the economic burden of psoriasis and the presence of comorbidity in psoriasis patients. He also discussed current economic issues in the marketplace, concluding with some thoughts on health economics and biologics--which are shifting the landscape of pharmacotherapy.  (+info)

The emergence of retail-based clinics in the United States: early observations. (10/21)

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The role of corporate credibility in legitimizing disease promotion. (11/21)

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The network of global corporate control. (12/21)

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Participation willingness in web surveys: exploring effect of sponsoring corporation's and survey provider's reputation. (13/21)

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The effect of price reduction on salad bar purchases at a corporate cafeteria. (14/21)

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The clinic as a good corporate neighbor. (15/21)

Clinics today specialize in health repair services similar to car repair shops; procedures and prices are standardized, regulated, and inflexibly uniform. Clinics of the future have to become Health Care Centers in order to be more respected and more effective corporate neighbors in offering outreach services in health education and preventive health care. The traditional concept of care for health is much broader than repair management and includes the promotion of lay health competence and responsibility in healthy social and natural environments. The corporate profile and ethics of the clinic as a good and competitive local neighbor will have to focus on [a] better personalized care, [b] education and services in preventive care, [c] direct or web-based information and advice for general, seasonal, or age related health risks, and on developing and improving trustworthy character traits of the clinic as a corporate person and a good neighbor.  (+info)

Curve fitting of the corporate recovery rates: the comparison of Beta distribution estimation and kernel density estimation. (16/21)

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