Patients treated by doctors who had ownership interests in a specialty hospital or an ambulatory surgery center were more likely to receive arthroscopic knee surgery or carpal tunnel and rotator cuff surgical repair than patients treated by physicians who had no such interests, according to a new study in the Archives of Surgery.
Study says doc ownership affects likelihood of surgery
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