New York patient safety bill reveals names of probed doctors
NewsDay, June 24, 2008
Most New York doctors charged with misconduct by the state Health Department will have their names made public and all will have just one day to produce office records demanded by investigators under a patient safety bill agreement announced by Gov. David A. Paterson. The bill also expands infection-control training from doctors and physician assistants to those studying to work in those professions.
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