Abbreviations:ACEP (American College of Emergency Physicians), COS (Chiefs of Staff), EDs (Emergency Departments), EM (Emergency Medicine), HAIG (Healthcare Analysis and Information Group), POCUS (Point-of-care ultrasound), VA (Veterans Affairs)
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