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Interdependence in decision-making by medical consultants: implications for improving the efficiency of inpatient physician services.

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Summary of "Interdependence in decision-making by medical consultants: implications for improving the efficiency of inpatient physician services."

Hospital administrators are seeking to improve efficiency in medical consultation services, yet whether consultants make decisions to provide more or less care is unknown. We examined how medical consultants account for prior consultants' care when determining whether to provide intensive consulting care or sign off in the treatment of complex surgical inpatients. We applied three distinct theoretical frameworks in the interpretation of our results.

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Name: Hospital practice (1995)
ISSN: 2154-8331
Pages: 1-8

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