Cardiologists see more patients but reduce hospital referrals

07/29/2010 | United Press International

A survey found cardiologists are treating more patients per year, though the data showed hospital admissions per cardiologist fell over five years and the average number of treadmill tests ordered dropped to its lowest rate in a decade.

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