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February 2009
Same-Day Surgery;Feb2009, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p20
Academic Journal
The article provides information on several issues regarding the medical care in the United States. It discusses the safety of medical records, the case of Providence Health and Services, and the Sentinel Event Alert released by The Joint Commission. It also presents several questions on the key issues to add details.


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