Curbing resident work hours may have unintended consequences

11/11/2010 | HealthLeaders Media

Limiting work hours for medical residents could create unintended consequences, such as financial problems for hospitals and changes in education programs, according to a report in Minnesota Medicine. Hospitals may be forced to make costly staff changes and residents may have to get more experience with lab training and simulations than with patient interactions.

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