Meet the man who says he can reduce the ER overcrowding problem

From the Chicago Tribune:

Forr years, Eugene Litvak has preached to American hospital executives about changing the way they operate.

Few have heeded his admonitions.

But those who have adapted the methods of this former Soviet mathematician and systems engineer said they have reaped millions of dollars in added revenues and avoided unnecessary construction costs, while reducing medical errors, overtime pay and ER waiting times.


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