Public Reporting of PCI and its Affect on Patient Care Part 2

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The reporting of PCI results is not a common practice for many reasons, and while some states require it of their doctors, there could be both medical and political barriers standing in the way of it becoming a nationwide program.

The reporting of PCI results is not a common practice for many reasons, and while some states require it of their doctors, there could be both medical and political barriers standing in the way of it becoming a nationwide program.

Robert Yeh, MD, MBA, from Massachusetts General Hospital discussed what has encouraged some states from pursuing the program while others have been more hesitant to move forward.

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