Transfers to a Public Hospital
White, J. Douglas
New England Journal of Medicine. 1986 Nov 27; 315(22): 1421-1422.
Consent; Economics; Emergency Care; Health; Health Care; Health Care Delivery; Health Insurance; Hospitals; Indigents; Informed Consent; Insurance; Morbidity; Mortality; Patient Admission; Patients; Proprietary Hospitals; Public Hospitals; Research; Research Design; Selection for Treatment; Standards; Statistics; Survey;
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Schiff, Robert L.; Ansell, David A.; Schlosser, James E.; Idris, Ahamed H.; Morrison, Ann; Whitman, Steven (1986-02-27)Four hundred and sixty-seven medical and surgical patients transferred from emergency departments of other hospitals to Chicago's Cook County Hospital were studied. The reason given for transfer was lack of health insurance ...
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