Same-Day Surgery Manager. Let's take a relook at old procedures

Earnhart, Stephen W.
September 2010
Same-Day Surgery;Sep2010, Vol. 34 Issue 9, p102
Academic Journal
The article discusses aspects of outpatient surgery development and management in U.S. health care facilities and ways in which facilities can get more surgery into their hospitals or surgical centers, including offering procedures not normally performed there.


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