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1.Introduction.
2. Hospital based Ambulatory Care.
3. Free Standing Ambulatory Care.
4. Health Maintenance Organizations, Provider Networks and Reimbursement Issues.
5. Home Health Care.
6. Hospice.
7. Dialysis.
8. Long Term Care.
9. Sub-Acute Care.
10. Rehabilitative.
11. Mental Health: Acute and Chronic.
12. Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities.
13. Substance Abuse.
14. Correctional Facilities.
15. Dental.
16. Veterinary.
17. Consulting.