Choosing Wisely, along with seventeen leading medical societies, has released more than 90 new tests, procedures, or therapies that are common, but likely unnecessary. Pediatrics is well represented among them. This is the topic of my latest piece at the AcademyHealth blog. Go read!
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AcademyHealth: Choosing Wisely identifies more unnecessary careFebruary 21, 2013 at 6:05 amAaron Carroll
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