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Study: Report cards for hospital pressure ulcers may not be accurate


According to a study in the Annals of Internal Medicine, the data Medicare uses for public reporting hospital rates of pressure ulcers isn’t an accurate source for comparing hospitals on how well they prevent the condition.
Read more and the study abstract.

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