Waiting Room Medicine
Has It Really Come to This?
Published in: Annals of Emergency Medicine, v. 56, no. 5, Editorial, Nov. 2010, p. 468-471
Emergency department physicians are devising an ever-expanding list of workarounds to deal with ED overcrowding, but the author argues that their success in doing so perhaps enables abuse of patients rather than their protection.
- Copyright: The American College of Emergency Physicians
- Publisher: Elsevier Inc.
- Availability: Non-RAND
- Pages: 4
- Document Number: EP-201001-52
- Year: 2010
- Series: External Publications
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