Doctor out sick? A substitute physician is no worse for patients’ health

(By Max Blau for STAT)

It’s long been thought that hospitalized patients are better off getting treatment from full-time doctors instead of temp physicians. Those temps are called in to cover for doctors’ sick days, vacation, or staff vacancies. But new research finds that a doctor’s employment status may have little to do with quality of care. Continue reading article here…

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