One surgeon, many patients

In June 2016, we wrote about surgeons who “double-book” surgeries. According to Outpatient Surgery Magazine, surgery double-booking is euphemistically called “concurrent surgery” and it occurs when the same primary surgeon is responsible for critical or key components of two or more surgeries simultaneously. The practice came to light after the Boston Globe Spotlight Team …

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