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Disaster preparedness. The future of health professions. Workforce shortages. Alternative medicine. You want to understand the latest trends, but you don't always have time for books. Magazines don't give you quite enough information. Keeping up doesn't have to be difficult.
Frontiers can bring you up to speed quickly. Frontiers' unique "bookazine" format gives you the deep understanding gained from books but in a shorter format, like a magazine. Each issue focuses on one healthcare management topic, providing you with the knowledge you need to understand and react to evolving trends. Frontiers is written by experts on the topic and includes commentary from the field. Sometimes these experts agree, and sometimes their comments spark a lively debate. These differing viewpoints will help you better understand the "big picture" and the implications for your organization.
Subscribers, please note: This journal is published quarterly, so your subscription will begin with the next published issue. We do not back-start subscriptions to commence with previously published issues.
Submission Guidelines: Frontiers of Health Services Management does not accept unsolicited manuscripts. Each issue of this quarterly publication is carefully planned and authors are solicited based on their expertise on the chosen subject.
Letters to the Editor Guidelines: Frontiers welcomes letters to the editor that advance, clarify, or otherwise add to a discussion in a recent issue of the journal. Letters are published at the sole discretion of the journal. It is the policy of ACHE and HAP that letters that promote a particular organization, event, person, or other entity will not be published.
Letters may be edited for clarification or length or to correct grammar, punctuation, or spelling. Edited letters will be shown to writers for approval. If the writer does not approve the changes, the journal reserves the right to not run the letter.