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The disappearing doctor.
Trustee. 2005 Jun; 58(6):6-10, 1.T

Abstract

As medical malpractice premiums continue to rise, physicians are leaving practice in record numbers, and states are taking matters into their own hands. See what the AMA's "crisis states" and, in some cases hospitals, are doing to stem the exodus.

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Pub Type(s)

Journal Article

Language

eng

PubMed ID

16047721

Citation

Shinkman, Ron. "The Disappearing Doctor." Trustee : the Journal for Hospital Governing Boards, vol. 58, no. 6, 2005, pp. 6-10, 1.
Shinkman R. The disappearing doctor. Trustee. 2005;58(6):6-10, 1.
Shinkman, R. (2005). The disappearing doctor. Trustee : the Journal for Hospital Governing Boards, 58(6), 6-10, 1.
Shinkman R. The Disappearing Doctor. Trustee. 2005;58(6):6-10, 1. PubMed PMID: 16047721.
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