Joe.Grubenhoff at CHILDRENSCOLORADO.ORG
Fri May 13 13:35:01 UTC 2016
It would be helpful to know how the ER physician erred in this scenario other than having poor prognostication skills before asserting he/she is arrogant and learned nothing.
To some extent, emergency medicine is a task-oriented specialty with a major emphasis on disposition. Seems like the correct disposition was chosen in this case.
Not sure how making blanket statements about an entire specialty enhances the working relationship from one practice environment to the other (PCP->EP or EP->Hospitalist).
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> On May 13, 2016, at 07:13, Bob Gorman <bgorman at KNCELL.ORG> wrote:
> Fortunately, I have a strong
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