Gastroenterology and the law

Cifarelli, Philip S.
December 1983
American Journal of Gastroenterology;Dec1983, Vol. 78 Issue 12, p845
Academic Journal
Suggests that one way hospitals can prevent medical malpractice is by establishing a risk management quality assurance program. Significance of the program to physicians; Individual who should direct the program; Factors that need to consider by those involved in the development of a risk management quality assurance program.


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