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A protocol for making this decision can smooth the process and provide hospitalists with the tools they need to justify their decisions, said Brett Kronenberger, MD, FACP, chief hospitalist at St. James Healthcare in Butte, Mont. “Having a protocol cuts back on disagreements between emergency department physicians and hospitalists. That means less work for chiefs, who will be getting fewer complaints from emergency department physicians and hospitalists about each other.”
Private treatment services.
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Private treatment programmes vary in their admission requirements. Contact the service provider directly for more information. If you need advice, your GP can discuss the options with you.
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