By Washington Post |
December 20, 2016
If male doctors were able to do as well as their female counterparts when treating elderly patients in the hospital, they could save 32,000 lives a year, according to a study of 1.5 million hospital visits published in JAMA Internal Medicine.
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One of the most important elements of a company’s success is also one of the least tangible —culture.