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J Med Educ. 1978 May;53(5):383-6.

Educational costs to hospitalized patients.


One of the less obvious costs of educational programs is the increased volume of work-ups and treatment for hospitalized patients that are ordered by residents. In a hospital which has both private teaching and private nonteaching floors, a comparison of these costs shows that service charges on teaching floors are 60 percent higher than on nonteaching floors. The sicker the patients are, the greater is the disparity.

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