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Bureau of Legal Medicine and Legislation

Bureau of Legal Medicine and Legislation The results of the deflation indicate that the procedure quantity of Bureau Medicine of Legal all medical care items combined has increased 90 cent per in the decade while the of services past quantity physicians' and Legislation has increased 60 70 dentists' ser¬ per cent, hospitals cent, per vices 90 cent and 110 cent. Several reasons per drugs per are cited for that these derived indexes of quantity believing MEDICOLEGAL ABSTRACTS overstate increases in the volume of medical care dur¬ actually For the the ten example, larger percentage ing past years. Practice Acts: of to Ostéopathie Right Osteopath of bills collected is reflected in the derived index by physicians Prescribe Drugs or Medicine.—The a licensed defendant, as an increase in the of services. quantity physicians' Despite was under an indictment that he osteopath, prosecuted charging this and other limitations the the conclusions reached of data, medicine practiced by administering and in prescribing drugs of received in the bulletin are that the medical care quantity the ailments of others without licensed and treating being regis¬ the American has been in the by people increasing rapidly past tered so to a do. From finding of in the trial court the guilty http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Bureau of Legal Medicine and Legislation

JAMA , Volume 138 (8) – Oct 23, 1948

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Publisher
American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright © 1948 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
0098-7484
eISSN
1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.1948.02900080069024
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Abstract

The results of the deflation indicate that the procedure quantity of Bureau Medicine of Legal all medical care items combined has increased 90 cent per in the decade while the of services past quantity physicians' and Legislation has increased 60 70 dentists' ser¬ per cent, hospitals cent, per vices 90 cent and 110 cent. Several reasons per drugs per are cited for that these derived indexes of quantity believing MEDICOLEGAL ABSTRACTS overstate increases in the volume of medical care dur¬ actually For the the ten example, larger percentage ing past years. Practice Acts: of to Ostéopathie Right Osteopath of bills collected is reflected in the derived index by physicians Prescribe Drugs or Medicine.—The a licensed defendant, as an increase in the of services. quantity physicians' Despite was under an indictment that he osteopath, prosecuted charging this and other limitations the the conclusions reached of data, medicine practiced by administering and in prescribing drugs of received in the bulletin are that the medical care quantity the ailments of others without licensed and treating being regis¬ the American has been in the by people increasing rapidly past tered so to a do. From finding of in the trial court the guilty

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Oct 23, 1948

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