Add new doctors, or lose money

January 2009
Same-Day Surgery;Jan2009, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p5
Academic Journal
The article presents the significance of hiring new surgeons according to FWI Heathcare president Roger Pence. Pence states that new surgeons provide new ideas and technology. He also says that new surgeons are knowledgeable in alternatives and faster treatment methods. In addition, they help established doctors with innovations and breakthroughs.


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