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Vocera, Hospitalists, Nocturnists and DND

April 22, 2009 No comments yet

According to the March 12th issues of the New England Journal of Medicine (as reported in MedPage Today), in some regions of the US, upwards of 70% of inpatient care now being taken care of by hospitalists. With the steady rise of these physicians who are primarily hospital employees, it’s no surprise that these doctors […]


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