New York State receives ‘C’ grade for its emergency medical care

New York came in above the national average

New York came in above the national average of a “D-plus” grade. (January 17, 2014 9:24 AM)

Emergency medical care in the U.S. has received a checkup of its own, and New York's diagnosis could be better. According to a new report card from the American College of Emergency Physicians, New York State scored a "C" for its emergency room performance, earning points for disaster preparedness, adoption of electronic medical records and staffing. However, it came in with the fourth-longest...

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