Ambulance diversion ban doesn't raise ED wait times

12/14/2009 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Massachusetts health officials said a review of a new state policy requiring hospital emergency departments to accept all patients delivered by ambulance hasn't resulted in longer average ED stays. The state was the first to prohibit ambulance diversion, and officials said others states now are asking for advice on how to do it.

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