Influence of chronic co-morbidity on health costs

Published: July 31, 2011
Category: Bibliography > Papers
Authors: Navarro-Artieda R, Prados-Torres A, Ruiz-Torrejon A, Sicras-Mainar A
Countries: Spain
Language: Spanish
Types: Care Management
Settings: Academic

Med Clin (Barc) 138:179-180. Published in Spanish.

Dirección de Planificación, Badalona Serveis Assistencials, Barcelona, Spain

Launched in 1943, Medicina Clínica is a fortnightly journal aimed at the promotion of clinical research and practice among internal medicine and other specialists. The key characteristics of Medicina Clínica are the scientific and methodological rigor of its manuscripts, the topicality of its contents, and, especially, its practical focus with highly useful information for clinical practice. Medicina Clínica is predominantly interested in publishing original research manuscripts, which are rigorously selected according to their quality, originality, and interest, and also in continued medical education-oriented manuscripts, which are commissioned by the journal to relevant authors (Editorials, Reviews, and Diagnosis and Treatment). These manuscripts contain updated topics with a major clinical or conceptual relevance in modern medicine.
The journal adheres to the standards of academic research publications in all aspects including peer-review and ethical principles.

Spain,Co-morbidity,Cost Burden Evaluation,Adolescent,Adult,Aged,80 and over,Child,Chronic Disease/epidemiology,Gender,Health Care Surveys,Middle Aged,Retrospective Studies,Young Adult

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