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Labels: death, doctors, emergency rooms, healthcare, hospitals, medicine
posted by Tom Matrullo at Friday, November 20, 2009
Geez. And I thought it was anomoulsness that caused the guy who operated on my ankle to keep his files or mine anyway in his car and then lose them for awhile. Plus calling up the switxhboard to get an appointment and they didn't know who he was. I thought it was coincidental that I had no money and the surgeon who put the steel plate in foot seemed like he was barely hanging on to his niche as a medical professional. Come to find out it's a whole damned symptom!Of something.
Systemic effects often have that idiosyncratic look.
The study also showed that "The risk of death was 56% higher for patients covered by Medicare".
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