’Hospitalists’ are seen as help
Wall Street Journal (subscription required), December 20, 2007
A study has found that doctors who specialize in the general care of hospital patients, or hospitalists, reduce the average hospital stay by 12 percent. The study also found, however, that hospitalists only modestly lower treatment costs.
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