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Emergency Care for Children: Growing Pains APPENDIX D List of Commissioned Papers The Role of the Emergency Department in the Health Care Delivery System Consultant: Eva Stahl, Brandeis University Patient Safety and Quality of Care in Emergency Services Consultant: Jim Adams, Northwestern University Patient Flow in Hospital-Based Emergency Services Consultant: Brad Prenny, Boston University, Health Policy Institute Models of Organization, Delivery, and Planning for EMS and Trauma Systems Consultant: Tasmeen Singh, Children’s National Medical Center Information Technology in Emergency Care Consultant: Larry Nathanson, Harvard Medical School Emergency Care in Rural America Consultant: Janet Williams, University of Rochester The Emergency Care Workforce Consultant: Jean Moore, State University of New York School of Public Health The Financing of EMS and Hospital-Based Emergency Services Consultants: John McConnell, Oregon Health and Sciences University; David Gray, Medical University of South Carolina; Richard Lindrooth, Medical University of South Carolina
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Emergency Care for Children: Growing Pains The Impact of New Medical Technologies on Emergency Care Consultant: Sg2 Mental Health and Substance Abuse in the Emergent Care Setting Consultant: Linda Degutis, DrPH, Yale University Emergency Care Research Funding Consultant: Roger Lewis, Harbor-UCLA Medical Center
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