Unless told otherwise, patients can assume that physicians work for the hospital

Delaney, Blake J.
April 2007
Healthcare Risk Management;Apr2007 Supplement, p1
The article presents a court case wherein a woman sued a certain hospital for the misdiagnosis committed by its radiologist.


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