Hi Dr. Green,

    Can I have the study reference/publication? I like the cited data and want to know more. Thank you.

  2. Amanda Green

    Sure! From the presenter slides, the scope reference was:
    the PREP-4Cs: Lee S, et. al. Transition of Care Practices from Emergency Department to Inpatient:
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    observation units on a health system, AJEM 2021 Oct(48)
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