- n. Plural form of physician.
“I think all the negative comments one hears from the physicians is code for "I don't want to do the data entry myself.”
“The trust they give us as their physicians is a holy one, and to violate that is nothing short of a sin.”
“Incorporating the experiences and perspectives of individual physicians is critical to fashioning a solution to our current healthcare crisis.”
“Generally, the pay-for-performance system imposed on physicians is malpractice litigation in the courts.”
“The Pediatric Advanced Care Team at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia is offering a one-year clinical fellowship to train physicians in pediatric palliative care.”
“PACT, the clinical arm of the PPPC, is an interdisciplinary team that includes physicians from the Divisions of General Pediatrics, Oncology, Neonatology, and Pulmonology in the Department of Pediatrics; physicians from the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine; and PPPC staff from nursing, social work, chaplaincy, child-life, and bereavement support.”
“Research shows that, because of computer assistance, the adverse drug reaction (ADR) rate for Internet prescribing is considerably lower than the ADR rate experienced in physicians 'offices and hospitals.”
“I'm ambivalent about the "public option," but anyone who thinks that our current system allocates decision-making to patients and physicians is woefully naive.”
“The government reimbursements rates for physicians is far lower than the cost of providing medicine, which will effectively drive the best and the brightest out of business.”
“The program is led by a broadly experienced faculty who will train physicians to be pediatric rheumatologists and leaders in pediatric rheumatology.”
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