After malpractice caps, doctors ordered fewer invasive tests to diagnose heart attacks

(By Elizabeth Cooney for STAT)

A patient comes into a hospital emergency department, troubled by chest pain that comes and goes. The doctor asks some questions, draws on clinical experience, and orders a test to rule out — or in — a heart attack. Continue reading article here…

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