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As opposed to the needs of individual healthcare organizations or hospital groups.
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As opposed to the needs of individual healthcare organizations or hospital groups.

.. ACS stresses the importance of designating trauma centers based on regional population need The American College of Surgeons recently released a statement emphasizing that the allocation of trauma centers ought to be based on the needs of the population, as opposed to the needs of individual healthcare organizations or hospital groups. The position statement, produced by the ACS Committee on Trauma's Trauma Systems Evaluation and Preparation Committee, was approved by the ACS Table of Regents last fall and recently published in the January issue of the Bulletin of the American College of Surgeons.What this suggests is normally that the region is normally teetering on the brink of an Ebola explosion, with the amount of disease cases increasing. The number of situations is doubling every few weeks, which means it is a very real likelihood that in just a few months millions of people could become infected. Predicated on the durations of incubation and infectiousness of EVD [Ebola virus disease], it is plausible that the amount of cases could therefore double every fortnight [two weeks] if the problem does not transformation, explains an editorial published in Eurosurveillance.