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"Scissons, Bob" <[log in to unmask]>
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UVM Flownet <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 28 Sep 1999 15:49:00 -0400
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     Bravo...Paul


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Subject: Re: Combined services
Author:  "Paul Cardullo" [SMTP:[log in to unmask]] at PHS
Date:    9/28/99 11:52 AM


certainly individuals may become proficient in more than one area of
testing.
at a minimum, individuals should become registered in each area they provide

services to patients.

the key seems to be the motivation and interest of the person performing the

diagnostic studies.  some enjoy the opportunity to practice in multiple
specialities; others enjoy specializing in one particular area.  i find that

problems with quality occur when facilities take a "blanket" approach to
cross training.  filling staffing slots takes precedence; everyone is forced

to do everything, regardless of interest/level of training/expertise.  this
approach sacrifices quality for quantity.

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