Quadrant shifts to emergency-only

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Quadrant HealthCom's Emergency Medicine is narrowing its focus to the emergency medicine market, dropping office-based physicians and shifting emphasis toward urgent care and associated issues like overcrowding and delayed patient care. 

The title's revamped monthly circulation will reach 33,000 emergency department physicians and residents, including 5,000 PAs and NPs working in emergency departments.

Quadrant plans to add new departments and features to the title while launching a series of educational products specifically for emergency department personnel, to be developed by Emergency Medicine staff and Quadrant Medical Education. 
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