To reduce risks, hospitals enlist 'proceduralists'
Wall Street Journal (subscription required), July 11, 2007
With a steady decline in the number of doctors trained to perform such skills-intensive medical procedures in recent years, some large academic medical centers are looking for ways to fill the gap. They are creating special procedure services and new procedure-training programs for medical residents.
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