more and more data point to that direction, but I still contend that primary care physicians will prescribe the bulk of scripts in the long run, which I have queried the company about. One doesn't see many IDS running around most hospitals and how many people are under the care of other docs such as cardio when they are in hospital
the IDs are consulted at the hospitals by the other specialists...there can be 6 specialists treating one patient, because imo they do NOT want to take on all the LIABILITY themselves. So, ID will play a role, imo, and when they do, they'll prescribe the most effective abx available: Dificid. End of story.