Hospital Mortality Is Not the Way to Judge Quality



To truly evaluate quality, hospitals would do better to look at avoidable events such as bloodstream infections, which kill 31,000 people a year in the U.S., rather than at mortality rates, a prominent safety expert wrote in a new report. That's because all too often, patients arrive at the hospital too sick to be saved by the time they are admitted, he says.
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