Work with physicians to improve ED call coverage, avoid shortages

July 2008
Healthcare Risk Management;Jul2008, Vol. 30 Issue 7, preceding p74
The article focuses on the issues concerning the responsibilities of physicians in taking emergency department (ED) call coverage in the U.S.


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