How family doctors can make a difference in hospital care
The Wall Street Journal (subscription required), January 3, 2008
Hospitalists represent the fastest growing medical specialty of this decade, and hospitalist programs are often touted as a way to reduce length of stay and decrease costs. But Dr. Benjamin Brewer questions whether hospitalists inherently lack critical information about patients' care in a hospital without electronic medical records.
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