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Quality Measures for Prenatal Care

A Comparison of Care in Six Health Care Plans

Paul J. Murata, MD; Elizabeth A. McGlynn, PhD; Albert L. Siu, MD, MSPH; Kristiana Raube, PhD; Marjorie J. Sherwood, MD; Carol P. Roth, RN, MPH; Laurie McDonald; Ahmar Iqbal, MD; Hal Morgenstern, PhD; Robert H. Brook, MD, ScD

Arch Fam Med. 1994;3(1):41-49.

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