A Neurologist's Guide to Hospital Reorganization
The center's work does not remain static and is continually refined. With the growth of neurogenetic programs, for instance, a division of genetics was transferred to the center.
"In terms of patient care, this is value added," he says, referring to the work of the center and the constant review of its multidisciplinary work. And there's a lesson for others who seek to revamp their structures: "without commitment," he says, "it can unravel quickly."
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Joe Cantlupe is a senior editor with HealthLeaders Media Online.
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