New Jersey group responds to ASC critics

August 2011
Same-Day Surgery;Aug2011, Vol. 35 Issue 8, p80
Academic Journal
The article discusses reactions which have been voiced in 2011 by the New Jersey Association of Ambulatory Surgery Centers in response to reports that indicate that more than half of the ambulatory surgery centers in New Jersey inspected since 2009 failed to meet federal safety standards.


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