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Potentially preventable complications have shown that death rates death rates.

A possible explanation for the new finding is that the higher quality hospitals may have fewer patient complications compared with lower-quality hospitals. Potentially preventable complications have shown that death rates death rates, hospital length of stay and cost, so fewer complications could translate into cost savings.

View team data analyzed from the largest inpatient database in the United States, focusing on 67,124 patients in 73 centers trauma. In the whole country in 2006 the majority of patients were between 40 and 50 years old, male, and admitted trauma center after a car accident, gunshot or stab wound, or other type of injury. Continue reading

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