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Wtf is going on with RVU? I thought they were one of the better DO schools especially in regards to matching. Forget about the UT campus, I'm talking about Colorado. 15 kids had to SOAP?!
There are a billion reasons why people might not match etc. Don't know about the Colorado campus but the Utah campus had some really good placements. Yes, a lot of people had to soap but the VAST majority still matched into something. I don't know the exact list off the top of my head but I know we had one ophthalmology match, a couple of derm, several interventional radiology. And these are at fairly prestigious institutions. once official data is out everyone will know more.
 
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Anesthesiology is such an enigma to me. Like the DO match rate isn’t all that great but almost every DO match seems to be a solid university/academic program lol.
 
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Anesthesiology is such an enigma to me. Like the DO match rate isn’t all that great but almost every DO match seems to be a solid university/academic program lol.
I think that’s because some people use Anesthesia as a back up for GS.
 
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Anesthesiology is such an enigma to me. Like the DO match rate isn’t all that great but almost every DO match seems to be a solid university/academic program lol.
This was such a crazy year for anesthesia. You had to be a strong applicant to match at all... Although it is a DO/IMG friendly specialty, there was no doubt that USMD had a huge advantage when it came to interview invites even if they had lower board scores; assuming the rest of their application was reasonably similar to their DO/IMG peers.
 
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I put links to all of the match lists in my first post of this thread. Just so everyone knows.
 
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Anesthesiology is such an enigma to me. Like the DO match rate isn’t all that great but almost every DO match seems to be a solid university/academic program lol.
Most anesthesia residencies are university programs. I had close friends trying to couples match EM and Anesthesia this year. It was a huge headache because the EM applicant wasn’t getting the other partner any invites
 
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Loyola Univ Med Ctr
Promedica Monroe Reg Hosp
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Spectrum Health Lakeland(3)
Swedish Covenant Hosp(3)
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Samaritan Health Services-Corvallis
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Cook County Health and Hosps. Sys(3)
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HCA Healthcare/USF Morsani GME
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Loyola Univ Med Ctr
Med Coll Wisconsin Affil Hosps. (3)
Mercy Health-St Rita’s Med Ctr
Orange Park Med Ctr
Portsmouth Regional Hosp R
Riverside Medical Ctr
Rush University Med Ctr
Santa Barbara Cottage Hosp
Spectrum Health Lakeland
St Louis Univ SOM (2)
Swedish Covenant Hosp(3)
Texas Tech U Affil
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U Nevada Las Vegas SOM
U Nevada Reno SOM
University at Buffalo SOM
University Hosps-Columbia, MO
Advocate Lutheran General (6)
Hoboken Univ Med Ctr
Univ of Chicago Med Ctr/Northshore (5)
Beaumont Health
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That's such a low placement rate considering the 400K+ in tuition and COL at CCOM.
 
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As a 4th year UIWSOM student it’s correct. We had 19 students go unmatched Pre-SOAP and 11 remain unmatched post-SOAP. The overwhelming majority of those individuals applied general surgery/anesthesia/ortho/derm with no backup. In addition, they had mediocre stats. Match rate reflects failure to have a plan B in my opinion.

Did your school not advise them?
 
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So is the anesthesia match rate low because people are using it as backups and they are counted? Trying to understand how that effects the match rate and comes out to around a 50% for DO’s. Thinking about anesthesia and that low of a rate is terrifying lol
 

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So is the anesthesia match rate low because people are using it as backups and they are counted? Trying to understand how that effects the match rate and comes out to around a 50% for DO’s. Thinking about anesthesia and that low of a rate is terrifying lol
Yes it is because of that for anesthesia and rads..
 
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Yes it is because of that for anesthesia and rads..
I'm sure that plays a role for the low match rate, but it's also not something new. People applying for super competitive specialties have historically applied anesthesia and rads as backup.

Like other specialties, the desirability comes in waves. Simple supply and demand. There were 2493 applicants in 2017 and 3287 in 2021 for around the same number of spots. Highly unlikely the extra 800 came from dual applicants.

The reason I am making this distinction is for upcoming applicants to be objective about their chances for matching anesthesia. You know some are going to tell themselves there will definitely be a spot available because the superstars are all going to match derm, ophto, IR, neurosurg, ortho, etc...
 

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I'm sure that plays a role for the low match rate, but it's also not something new. People applying for super competitive specialties have historically applied anesthesia and rads as backup.

Like other specialties, the desirability comes in waves. Simple supply and demand. There were 2493 applicants in 2017 and 3287 in 2021 for around the same number of spots. Highly unlikely the extra 800 came from dual applicants.

The reason I am making this distinction is for upcoming applicants to be objective about their chances for matching anesthesia. You know some are going to tell themselves there will definitely be a spot available because the superstars are all going to match derm, ophto, IR, neurosurg, ortho, etc...
Lets see what the charting outcomes says, it was around 80% last year(for anesthesia as a first choice specialty), almost guaranteed to match with a >220+ step score... Also you left out that with the extra 800 applicants, there were also an increase in the total number of DO matches to Gas.. and an increase in the number of positions as well, from 1202 to 1460 as well.
 
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Lets see what the charting outcomes says, it was around 80% last year(for anesthesia as a first choice specialty), almost guaranteed to match with a >220+ step score... Also you left out that with the extra 800 applicants, there were also an increase in the total number of DO matches to Gas.. and an increase in the number of positions as well, from 1202 to 1460 as well.
I thought total spots was 1893? Is this including PGY-2 spots? It's stayed at 1800 or so spots for a few years. I guess we can wait for this years match data to come out, but consensus on discord was 230+ applicants were all struggling to get interviews in terms of number and quality of programs expected.
 
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Lets see what the charting outcomes says, it was around 80% last year(for anesthesia as a first choice specialty), almost guaranteed to match with a >220+ step score... Also you left out that with the extra 800 applicants, there were also an increase in the total number of DO matches to Gas.. and an increase in the number of positions as well, from 1202 to 1460 as well.
Just to add, I am very well aware of what the NRMP stats showed for anesthesia last year and I encourage everyone to look before applying. Trust me... You have no idea how many times I stared at the DO charting outcomes before ERAS opened and giggled to myself like a child thinking I'm a sure fire in for it. In fact, no one with my board scores failed to match, but I only ended up with 8 interviews.

I've already matched anesthesia and the only reason I'm here is to be a resource for my fellow peers because SDN has helped me tremendously throughout the years. And also because DOs get terrible advice from schools. This cycle was incredibly brutal for DO, IMG, and USMD. If you don't believe me, there is a separate channel for DOs on this cycle's anesthesia discord. You are more than welcome to go read previous posts and even ask other applicants how secured they felt with a step 1 of 220-229. But I can assure you that telling a DO applicant with a <230 step 1 that they are almost guaranteed to match anesthesia is bad advice.
 
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Just to add, I am very well aware of what the NRMP stats showed for anesthesia last year and I encourage everyone to look before applying. Trust me... You have no idea how many times I stared at the DO charting outcomes before ERAS opened and giggled to myself like a child thinking I'm a sure fire in for it. In fact, no one with my board scores failed to match, but I only ended up with 8 interviews.

I've already matched anesthesia and the only reason I'm here is to be a resource for my fellow peers because SDN has helped me tremendously throughout the years. And also because DOs get terrible advice from schools. This cycle was incredibly brutal for DO, IMG, and USMD. If you don't believe me, there is a separate channel for DOs on this cycle's anesthesia discord. You are more than welcome to go read previous posts and even ask other applicants how secured they felt with a step 1 of 220-229. But I can assure you that telling a DO applicant with a <230 step 1 that they are almost guaranteed to match anesthesia is bad advice.
Again I am only going by charting outcomes from last year I appreciate your insight and congratulations on matching
 

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Again I am only going by charting outcomes from last year I appreciate your insight and congratulations on matching
Thanks! And ofc I understand how important NRMP outcomes are. Like I said, I was in that position 6 months ago... Definitely not trying to give you a hard time. Sorry if it came off that way.

It's more of a PSA. I'm a bit more passionate about it this cycle because anesthesia turned into a completely different animal than what was reflected last year. My class had 30+ anesthesia applicants and the # matched is nowhere near... I also come from a pretty established DO school with applicants knowing what they're doing. It was heartbreaking to see so many of my friends work so hard for this moment only to have to SOAP...
 
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Thanks! And ofc I understand how important NRMP outcomes are. Like I said, I was in that position 6 months ago... Definitely not trying to give you a hard time. Sorry if it came off that way.

It's more of a PSA. I'm a bit more passionate about it this cycle because anesthesia turned into a completely different animal than what was reflected last year. My class had 30+ anesthesia applicants and the # matched is nowhere near... I also come from a pretty established DO school with applicants knowing what they're doing. It was heartbreaking to see so many of my friends work so hard for this moment only to have to SOAP...
Yes I have heard about people at my school in that situation as well. It was rough on everyone
 
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As a DO with 240s+ on both steps, anesthesia was absolutely brutal this year...

Felt like NRMP charting outcomes didn't mean **** honestly...and I know a bunch of my DO colleagues who applied anesthesia this year feel the same way
 
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Yeah I had some good friends with 250/250+ stats applying gas, and they both fell down farther than I expected (i thought they were shoe-ins for their top couple choices). Definitely sounds like it was a tough year for gas, anecdotally
 
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I kinda wonder if a lot of people "settled" for anesthesia thinking it was more of a sure match because they were terrified to apply to competitive specialties in such disrupted COVID cycle.
 
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These stories make me scared to apply for anything other than rural fm...
 
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Even just the jump from 2018 --> 2020 was drastic by looking at charting outcomes. Just 3 years ago a 220+ was almost a guaranteed match

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USMD and DO match rate both dropped 1-1.5% this year. Also post SOAP placement rates almost never come out until like May.
USMD dropped 0.9%, DO dropped 1.6%. I don’t know why you keep trying to act like they were the same when the DO drop was almost double the MD.
 
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USMD dropped 0.9%, DO dropped 1.6%. I don’t know why you keep trying to act like they were the same when the DO drop was almost double the MD.
Dude it’s 0.7% difference. Stop acting like it’s massively significant. If USMD dipped 2% and DOs dropped 7% or something then yeah that would be more concerning. A 0.7% difference in group who both dropped in match rate doesn’t tell you much. I actually expected the DO match rate to be much worse than MD and it wasn’t.
 
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Dude it’s 0.7% difference. Stop acting like it’s massively significant. If USMD dipped 2% and DOs dropped 7% or something then yeah that would be more concerning. A 0.7% difference in group who both dropped in match rate doesn’t tell you much. I actually expected the DO match rate to be much worse than MD and it wasn’t.

Wouldn't be our annual match thread if we didn't have someone hyper-fixating on some minuscule stat that may or may not mean something
 
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Wouldn't be our annual match thread if we didn't have someone hyper-fixating on some minuscule stat that may or may not mean something
For real. Given that DO schools don’t have home programs for more specialties and there were limited rotation I fully expected DO match rate to be drastically different than MD but it wasn’t. People look for any reason on here to say the sky is falling
 
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This is why I don’t get the point of all the hype in the DO match list threads every year. Just because a PD is willing to make a rare individual exception to rank a DO above MDs (on the basis of family connections, past work connections, extraordinarily unique background, etc.), doesn’t mean that a glass ceiling was broken or that attitudes toward DOs are becoming more favorable.

An ex-Broadway actor who attended a DO school matched at Columbia Psych a few years ago. It’s nice that a Columbia PD would consider making rare exceptions for former professional theatre stars, but it’s not an indication that Columbia is now interested in training DOs. I don’t see why DO students should view exceptional situations like this as collective victories.
The thing is that a lot of us with these really solid matches had none of these connections or crazy backgrounds. I matched this year at Mayo Clinic in Rochester for anesthesia as a DO and had zero connection to that program. The point is that if you keep your head down and work hard you can get an amazing match now. You couldn’t do that as a DO 10 years ago.
 
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Not for this year. Charting Outcomes is released biennially.
TIL biennial is a word and escapes the ambiguity of biannual. Thank you.
 
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The thing is that a lot of us with these really solid matches had none of these connections or crazy backgrounds. I matched this year at Mayo Clinic in Rochester for anesthesia as a DO and had zero connection to that program. The point is that if you keep your head down and work hard you can get an amazing match now. You couldn’t do that as a DO 10 years ago.

Yeah but is Mayo even that good for Gas? Prolly slipping in status if they took a DO ;)
 
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Yeah but is Mayo even that good for Gas? Prolly slipping in status if they took a DO ;)
Stoppp ahha ..... they took one for Surgey, and obgyn and family Med as well, and they have for derm, ortho and even vascular surgery in the past, by that logic the entire place is slipping in status.. as are places like BCM, Emory, Yale, U Mich, NYU....
 
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Stoppp ahha ..... they took one for Surgey, and obgyn and family Med as well, and they have for derm, ortho and even vascular surgery in the past, by that logic the entire place is slipping in status.. as are places like BCM, Emory, Yale, U Mich, NYU....

he was joking
 
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Stoppp ahha ..... they took one for Surgey, and obgyn and family Med as well, and they have for derm, ortho and even vascular surgery in the past, by that logic the entire place is slipping in status.. as are places like BCM, Emory, Yale, U Mich, NYU....

yep, all of them...slipping. The entire residency system is losing prestige.
 
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Touro CA Match List:

Anesthesiology
San Antonio Military Medical CenterSan AntonioTX
OhioHealthColumbusOH
University of ColoradoAuroraCO

Dermatology
St Johns Episcopal HospitalFar RockawaysNY
Beaumont HospitalTrentonMI
Goodman DermatologyAtlantaGA

Emergency Medicine
UCONNHartfordCT
New York Presbyterian QueensFlushingNY
New York Presbyterian QueensFlushingNY
Detroit Receiving Hospital/DMCDetroitMI
Michigan State University / Spectrum HealthGrand RapidsMI
Kaiser Permanente Central ValleyModestoCA
UPMC PinnacleHarrisburgPA
UC DavisSacramentoCA
Desert RegionalPalm SprinklesCA
St. Joseph's Medical CenterStocktonCA
RUHSRiversideCA
St. Agnes Medical Center (Fresno) ProgramFresnoCA
Western Michigan UniversityMichiganMI
Albany Medical CenterAlbanyNY
Kaweah Delta VisaliaCA
Kaiser Permanente Central ValleyModestoCA

EM/FM:
Jefferson Health NEPhiladelphia PA

Family Medicine:
Adventist Health Ukiah ValleyUkiahCA
UCSF-FresnoFresnoCA
Kaweah DeltaVisaliaCA
Lifelong Medical CareRichmondCA
Family Health Centers of San DiegoSan DiegoCA
St. Josephs Med CenterStocktonCA
LewisGale medical centerSalemVA
Kaiser San JoseSan JoseCA
Swedish First HillSeattleWA
San Joaquin StocktonCA
San Joaquin StocktonCA
Sutter Santa RosaSanta RosaCA
Providence MilwaukiePortlandOR
Chino Valley Medical CenterChinoCA
Loma Linda Univ Med Ctr-Murrieta-CAMurrietaCA
UCSF-FresnoFresnoCA
Dignity Health - NorthridgeNorthridgeCA
Sunrise Health - Southern Hills HospitalLas VegasNV
Northwestern UniversityChicagoIL
Kaiser Santa RosaSanta RosaCA
UNLV Las Vegas NV
Natividad Medical CenterSalinasCA
Kaiser Los AngelesLos AngelesCA
Central WashingtonYakimaWA
Sutter SacramentoSacramentoCA
Samaritan Health ServicesCorvallisOR

General Surgery:
Naval Medical Center San DiegoSan Diego CA
Henry Ford MacombMacombMI

Orthopedic Surgery:
Riverside University Health SystemMoreno ValleyCA
Valley Consortium for Medical EducationModestoCA

Internal Medicine:
CPMCSan FranciscoCA
Riverside Community HospitalRiversideCA
Sunrise Health Las VegasNV
Kaiser OaklandOaklandCA
UCSF-FresnoFresnoCA
St Joseph's Medical CenterStocktonCA
Riverside Community HospitalRiversideCA
UT San AntonioSan AntonioTX
Scripps MercySan DiegoCA
HighlandOaklandCA
St Mary's Medical CenterSan FranciscoCA
UNLVLas VegasNV
Santa Clara Valley Medical CenterSan JoseCA
San Ysidro HealthSan DiegoCA
Loma LindaLoma LindaCA
Scripps MercySan DiegoCA
Kaiser Santa ClaraSanta ClaraCA
OhioHealth-Doctors HospitalColumbusOH
RUHSMorenoCA
Santa Clara Valley Medical CenterSan JoseCA
Brown University/Kent HospitalWarwickRI
Highland Hospital (alameda health)OaklandCA
SJGHStocktonCA
HighlandOaklandCA

IM-Peds
U Miami/Jackson Health SystemMiamiFL

Neurology
University of Arizona-PhoenixPhoenixAZ
HCA HealthOneDenverCO

OB/GYN
San Antonio Military Medical CenterSan AntonioTX
Santa Clara Valley Medical Center Santa ClaraCA

Pathology
University of UtahSalt Lake CityUT

Pediatrics
UCSF FresnoFresnoCA
Baylor San AntonioSan AntonioTX
Valley Children'sFresnoCA
Loma Linda UniversityLoma LindaCA
UCLA-HarborTorranceCA
UT Austin/Dell Children'sAustinTX
Morehouse School of MedicineAtlantaGA
Children's Hospital OaklandOaklandCA
Children's Hospital Los Angeles LACA
Detroit Medical Center - Children's Hospital MichiganDetroitMI

PM&R
NYU/RuskNew YorkNY
Albert Einstein/Moss RehabPhiladelphiaPA
SUNY UpstateSyracuse NY

Psychiatry
Wright State UniversityDaytonOH
Maimonides Medical CenterBROOKLYNNY
Baylor College of MedicineHoustonTX
Zucker SOM Northwell - Staten IslandStaten IslandNY
Riverside University HealthRiversideCA

Radiology - Diagnostic
Virginia Commonwealth UniversityRichmondVA
KPC Medical CenterHemetCA

Transitional Year
Naval Medical CenterSan DiegoCA
Sunrise Health MountainviewLas VegasNV
St. VincentIndianapolis IN
KPC Hemet ValleyHemetCA
Sunrise Health MountainviewLas VegasNV

Prelim Surgery
San Joaquin GeneralStocktonCA
UC Davis Sacramento CA

Prelim Medicine
Albert EinsteinPhiladelphiaPA
 
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Western University of Health Science COMP match update:
Urology at Cook County Health IL (1)
Urology at Detroit Medical Center MI (1)
 
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OUHCOM from what I have seen on social media so far:

Anesthesiology
Grandview Medical Center
Johns Hopkins University
Ohio State University
Cleveland Clinic Main
Case Western University Hospitals

Dermatology
Largo Medical Center
St. Joe's
Larkin Palm Springs

Emergency Medicine
Beaumont
Cleveland Clinic Akron General
Doctors Hospital
Aultman
Trinity Health System
Grand Strand Medical Center
Reading Hospital
MetroHealth
Case Western University Hospitals
Grandview Medical Center
St. Elizabeth Boardman
Trinity Health System
Indiana University
Maricopa County

ENT
Detroit Medical Center
Grandview Medical Center

Family Medicine
Dublin Methodist
St. Rita's-Lima
University of South Carolina Greenville
Grant Medical Center
Western Reserve Hospital
University of Alabama Birmingham
Methodist Health Systems
University of Virginia
St. Elizabeth Boardman
Eastern Tennessee State University
Community Health Network Indiana
St. Luke's Perrysburg
Riverside Methodist
MetroHealth
Firelands Regional Medical Center

General Surgery
Cleveland Clinic Akron General
Wright State University

Internal Medicine
Wright State University
Ohio State University
Cleveland Clinic South Pointe
Riverside Methodist
Mount Carmel
Beaumont-Trenton
Western Michigan University (IM-Peds)
Grandview Medical Center
Detroit Medical Center
University of Louisville
USF Healthcare
Cleveland Clinic Akron General

Neurology
University of Cincinnati

OB/GYN
Summa Health
Oklahoma State University

Pediatrics
Cleveland Clinic Children's
Nationwide Children's
University of Chicago
Cincinnati Children's
Akron Children's
Dayton Children's
MetroHealth
East Carolina University

PMR
Ohio State University

Psychiatry
Indiana University
Ohio State University
Beaumont Health
Marshall University
University of Arizona
Summa Health
Some to add -

Gen Surg:
Mercy St. Vincent
Mercy St. Elizabeth Youngstown
OhioHealth Doctors

Ophtho:
Grandview Med Center x 2

Ortho:
Naval Med Center
Grandview Medical Center
Mercy St. Elizabeth Youngstown
McLaren Greater Lansing

Pathology:
Dartmouth

Radiology:
Case Western
 
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96% match rate.

4 ortho (1 at cleveland clinic)
5 gen surg (is UPMC Medical Education the big one?)
3 rads (1 at cleveland clinic)
6 gas
14 psych
 
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Not for this year. Charting Outcomes is released biennially.
which I hate lol. It has so much solid easy to interpret information in it, really wish it came out every year
 
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