No place like hospitals

December 2006
Marketing Health Services;Winter2006, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p9
Academic Journal
This article focuses on hospitalists: doctors who work exclusively in the hospitals and don't have outside community or family practices. Hospitalists are members of the fastest growing medical specialty in the country. The Society of Hospital Medicine projects that there will be 30,000 hospitalists by 2010, from 15,000 now.


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