Accreditation – A Double-Edged Sword

Video Library —May 31, 2015


Linda Bosserman, MD, FACP
Accreditation is important in setting standards. Dr. Bosserman explains, however, that as funding has dried up, fewer hospitals are willing to put up the money in pursuit of an accreditation that no one is requiring.
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