Physician Citizenship Tied to Mortality Rates



It's a common perception that physicians trained by foreign medical schools aren't as skilled as doctors trained by U.S. medical schools. But that's a false assumption, according to a report published in Tuesday's edition of the journal Health Affairs. The real differentiator appears to be citizenship at the time of training.


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