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How hospitals see the so-called 'July effect'

By Elizabeth Whitman  |  July 25, 2016
How hospitals see the so-called 'July effect'

Doctors and hospital leaders are skeptical of the "July effect," the term describing the mass arrival of new medical graduates that allegedly leads to more medical errors, lower quality of care and even higher mortality rates. They're also working to make sure it isn't real.

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