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Community-Acquired Pneumonia: Is The First Antibiotic Dose a Good Quality of Care Measure?

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Community-Acquired Pneumonia: Is The First Antibiotic Dose a Good Quality of Care Measure?
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    The time to first antibiotic dose in patients with community-acquired pneumonia is a core quality measure by which hospitals and physicians are evaluated. Might this time pressure have a negative effect on the accuracy of diagnosis of pneumonia? Dr. James Welker, the Director of the Franklin Square Clinical Research Center, joins host Dr. Leslie Lundt to discuss his research in this area.

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    The time to first antibiotic dose in patients with community-acquired pneumonia is a core quality measure by which hospitals and physicians are evaluated. Might this time pressure have a negative effect on the accuracy of diagnosis of pneumonia? Dr. James Welker, the Director of the Franklin Square Clinical Research Center, joins host Dr. Leslie Lundt to discuss his research in this area.

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