Management and Marketing in District Medical Associations and their Implementation

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Otashekhov Zokirjon
Odilova Madina


This article explores the role of management and marketing in district medical associations (DMAs) and their implementation. The importance of effective management and marketing strategies in DMAs is highlighted, as they play a crucial role in enhancing the visibility and reputation of the association, attracting new members and promoting collaboration among members. Drawing on case studies from different DMAs, the article examines the various strategies adopted by these associations to strengthen their management and marketing efforts, such as improving communication channels, creating networking opportunities and leveraging technology. The article also discusses the challenges and setbacks that some DMAs face in implementing effective management and marketing practices and proposes potential solutions to address these issues. Ultimately, the article argues that the success of DMAs hinges on their ability to implement robust management and marketing strategies, and that a collaborative and innovative approach is key to achieving these goals.

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Otashekhov Zokirjon, & Odilova Madina. (2023). Management and Marketing in District Medical Associations and their Implementation. Journal of Coastal Life Medicine, 11(1), 2206–2209. Retrieved from


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