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A proposal for jump-starting national health care reform. How common sense reforms in hospital emergency departments can reduce wait times, improve patient care, improve quality of care, and lower costs



A proposal for jump-starting national health care reform. How common sense reforms in hospital emergency departments can reduce wait times, improve patient care, improve quality of care, and lower costs



North Carolina Medical Journal 70(4): 346




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