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Emerging Trends in Emergency Medicine

The ED is one of the most hectic and complicated environments in medicine and the changing face of health care is adding a host of new procedures, measures, rules, and guidelines. To help you navigate this evolving landscape, QuantiaMD has brought together a team of EM leaders, led by Dr. Jesse Pines, who offer expert insight and guidance on some of the crucial issues facing ED clinicians today.

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