Foreign Educated Doctor’s Patients Fare Better than U.S.Educated Doctors’

A recent released study  by the BMJ ( British Medical Journal) indicated that foreign educated doctors treating patients in hospitals were less likely to die than U.S. educated doctors.  The study included 44,200 doctors.  The results were 11.2% versus 11.6%.  The study factored in the patients age, the complexity of the patients’ illness and where the doctor worked.

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