risk-adjusted mortality rates

Risk-adjusted mortality rates: Why you should care about them

Have you ever heard of risk-adjusted mortality? Maybe you’re thinking, “No! It sounds like something only a healthcare administrator or researcher would be interested in.” Actually, every healthcare professional should know—and be concerned—about…

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