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Sound Physicians Enters Agreement to Provide Hospitalist Services at Broward Health
Date:3/22/2013

improvements in quality, satisfaction and efficiency of inpatient health care delivery. By investing deeply in outstanding physicians, clinical process excellence and its proprietary workflow and informatics technology, Sound Physicians improves the delivery of inpatient care. Sound Physicians aligns with healthcare providers to measurably enhance patient outcomes and strengthen its partners' financial performance. The organization is the practice of choice of more than 650 hospitalist and post-acute physicians. To learn more visit: www.soundphysicians.com.

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