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Providing Better Care for Patients with Complex Needs in Acute Medicine


Abstract Patients with complex needs are commonly admitted on the acute medical take and comprise a significant proportion of the workload for an acute physician. An innovative multi-professional approach to the assessment of this group of patients has been developed in Edinburgh; this paper summarises the results of a 4…

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