To measure the impact of the improvement in hospital survival rates on patients' subsequent utilization of unplanned (emergency) admissions.

Laudicella, M., Martin, S., Li Donni, P., & Smith, P.C. (2018). Do Reduced Hospital Mortality Rates Lead to Increased Utilization of Inpatient Emergency Care? A Population-Based Cohort Study. HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH, 53(4), 2324-2345 [10.1111/1475-6773.12755].

Do Reduced Hospital Mortality Rates Lead to Increased Utilization of Inpatient Emergency Care? A Population-Based Cohort Study

LI DONNI, Paolo;
2018

Abstract

To measure the impact of the improvement in hospital survival rates on patients' subsequent utilization of unplanned (emergency) admissions.
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http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1475-6773.12755/full
Laudicella, M., Martin, S., Li Donni, P., & Smith, P.C. (2018). Do Reduced Hospital Mortality Rates Lead to Increased Utilization of Inpatient Emergency Care? A Population-Based Cohort Study. HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH, 53(4), 2324-2345 [10.1111/1475-6773.12755].
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