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Acute Medical Ward for better care coordination of patients admitted with infection – evidence from a tertiary hospital in Singapore


Abstract Coordination and consolidation of care provided in acute care hospitals need reconfiguration and reorganization to meet the demand of large number of acute admissions. We report on the effectiveness of an Acute Medical Ward AMW (AMW) receiving cases that were suspected to have infection related diagnosis on admission by…

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