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Time to add a second shift?
Rice B. Rice B. Med Econ. 2007 Jan 5;84(1):45-6, 49-50. Med Econ. 2007. PMID: 17278448 No abstract available.
Trashed on the Web: now what?
Rice B. Rice B. Med Econ. 2007 Jan 5;84(1):32-4, 36-7. Med Econ. 2007. PMID: 17278447 No abstract available.
Do your staff salaries measure up?
Rice B. Rice B. Med Econ. 2006 Aug 4;83(15):30-2. Med Econ. 2006. PMID: 16964725 No abstract available.
When the plaintiff is a doctor.
Rice B. Rice B. Med Econ. 2007 Oct 5;84(19):42, 44, 47. Med Econ. 2007. PMID: 17985786 No abstract available.
10 ways to foil an embezzler.
Rice B. Rice B. Med Econ. 2006 Mar 17;83(6):50-3. Med Econ. 2006. PMID: 16619790 No abstract available.
Checking out job applicants.
Rice B. Rice B. Med Econ. 2006 Mar 3;83(5):45-6, 48-9. Med Econ. 2006. PMID: 16583652 No abstract available.
Is whistleblowing worth it?
Rice B. Rice B. Med Econ. 2006 Jan 20;83(2):58-61, 63. Med Econ. 2006. PMID: 16480070 No abstract available.
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