Do hospitalists improve hospital stays or increase risk?
Wall Street Journal (subscription required), June 24, 2008
In this Wall Street Journal blog entry, Sarah Rubenstein notes that with primary-care doctors more frazzled than ever, the number of hospitalists has been growing. But while there are more than 20,000 hospitalists working in this country, there's still some debate over their role in health are, Rubenstein says.
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