Missouri bill targets stroke and heart attack care
Kansas City Star, February 25, 2008
Under a proposal in the Missouri General Assembly, ambulances transporting certain heart attack and stroke patients would would skip some facilities and go directly to the best-prepared hospitals. Under the state's current system, ambulances already bypass less-prepared hospitals to take severely injured patients to specially staffed and equipped trauma centers.
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