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The Economic Impact of Delivering ED Health Care

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The Economic Impact of Delivering ED Health Care
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    The reality of the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act is that patients can not be turned away. But the economics of providing emergency care to all is overburdening hospital resources. Our guest, healthcare economist specializing in ED care and associate professor of emergency medicine at Oregon Health and Science University, Dr. John McConnell, joins host Dr. Shira Johnson to talk about the economics of emergency care. Learn strategies and solutions that could solve the on-call crisis in hospitals.

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    The reality of the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act is that patients can not be turned away. But the economics of providing emergency care to all is overburdening hospital resources. Our guest, healthcare economist specializing in ED care and associate professor of emergency medicine at Oregon Health and Science University, Dr. John McConnell, joins host Dr. Shira Johnson to talk about the economics of emergency care. Learn strategies and solutions that could solve the on-call crisis in hospitals.

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