One solution to providing clinical coverage for pediatric inpatients

Goldbloom, Richard B.
August 2000
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;8/08/2000, Vol. 163 Issue 3, p287
Academic Journal
Comments on a program started at Toronto, Ontario's Hospital for Sick Children to provide 24-hour coverage for their pediatric inpatients that is reported in this issue of the `Canadian Medical Association Journal' by Friedman and Laxer. Program that puts in place competent health care providers to offer 24-hour health care; Need for individual institutions to tailor programs to fit their needs; Concerns in regard to the program, including financial and continuity of care.


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