1988 evaluation of Alaska"s mental health management information system
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1988 evaluation of Alaska"s mental health management information system by Guy W. Oliver

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Published by Alaska Mental Health Board in [Juneau, Alaska] .
Written in English



  • Alaska


  • Mental health services -- Alaska -- Data processing -- Evaluation.,
  • Mental health services -- Alaska -- Administration -- Evaluation.,
  • Management information systems -- Evaluation.

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Edition Notes

StatementGuy W. Oliver.
SeriesTechnical report / Alaska Mental Health Board ;, no. PE 89-1, Technical report (Alaska Mental Health Board) ;, no. PE 89-1.
LC ClassificationsRA790.65.A4 O45 1989
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 40 p. ;
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1334656M
LC Control Number92217183

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