Residents' restricted work hours don't mean better quality

02/25/2013 | Kaiser Health News

A survey in the New England Journal of Medicine showed 73% of residency program supervisors said medical residents whose work hours were restricted under new rules were less ready for more senior responsibilities, while 65% said the restricted schedules had harmed resident education. Just 6% of respondents indicated the changes were associated with improved patient safety and health care quality.

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