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When EMTALA forms meet EMRs, chaos can ensue

Ah, EMTALA! The revered Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act! It’s one of those things which is like a nursery rhyme to emergency medicine folks like me. We’ve heard about it from the infancy of our training.  “And then the bad doctor sent the poor lady to another hospital because she couldn’t pay!  And […]
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