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Are hospital admissions reduced by Acute Medicine consultant telephone triage of medical referrals?


Abstract The NHS in England is facing well-documented pressures related to increasing acute hospital admissions at a time when the acute medical bed-base is shrinking, doctors working patterns are increasingly fragmented and many acute hospital trusts are operating a financial deficit. Novel strategies are required to reduce pressure on the…

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