Hospitals are increasing cardiac care but often in competitive markets rather than in areas where the services are most needed, according to a study in the journal Circulation. ACC past president Dr. Ralph Brindis said, "This is an incredible statement that our health care system is not more coordinated and that we are poorly leveraging our resources."
Study: Hospitals add cardiac services, but not always where needed
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