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Reasoning About Intentions in Complex Organizational Behaviors: Intentions in Surgical Handoffs

Eugene Santos, Jr., Joseph Rosen, Keum Joo Kim, Fei Yu, Deqing Li, Yufan Guo, Elizabeth Jacob, Samuel Shih, Jean Liu and Lindsay B. Katona

INTRODUCTION

Naturally, military hospitals must accommodate large numbers of injured soldiers in and from the battlefield in a short time period. To enhance the soldiers’ chances of survival, a significant effort has been devoted to providing a better health care environment that is able to manage uncontrolled patient volume and the variable acuity of medical encounters effectively (McNeil & Pratt, 2008). One major effort has been to provide more operating room (OR) and intensive care unit (ICU) capability to ...

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