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|Current Status of Repeated Hospitalization in South Korea: Focused on Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions|
|Hyemin Jung, Hyun Joo Kim, Jin Yong Lee|
Qual Improv Health Care. 2021;27(2):45-56. Published online December 31, 2021
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