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American Journal of Managed Care


Title Abbreviation
Am J Manag Care
ISSN
1088-0224
Electronic ISSN
1936-2692
Readership
Consultant Pharmacists, Epidemiologists, Formulary Managers, General Practitioners, Health Scientists, Health Service Researchers, Healthcare Executives, Hospital Administrators, Hospitalists, Long-Term Care Execs, Long-Term Care Providers, Managed Care Pharmacists, Managed Care Specialists, Medical Directors, Osteopathic Physicians, Outcomes Manager, Pharmaceutical Benefits Managers, Pharmacists, Physicians, Physicians - Medicine, Policy Makers
Scope
AJMC provides a forum for peer-reviewed literature on healthcare outcomes research. It is an independent, peer-reviewed publication dedicated to disseminating clinical information to managed care physicians, clinical decision makers, and other healthcare professionals. Its aim is to stimulate scientific communication in the ever-evolving field of managed care. The Journal addresses a broad range of issues relevant to clinical decision making in a cost-constrained environment and examines the impact of clinical, management, and policy interventions and programs on healthcare and economic outcomes.
Sponsoring Association(s)
No associations affiliated with this journal
Publisher Name
Managed Care & Healthcare Communications, LLC
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