Study set on Maine’s emergency room use
AP/Boston Globe, July 17, 2008
A state task force is examining why the use of hospital emergency rooms in Maine is significantly higher than the national average. Unnecessary use of emergency room services drives up healthcare spending in the state, and a number of hospitals are seeking approval to expand their emergency departments, said Maine officials.
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