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Rates of avoidable hospitalization by insurance status in Massachusetts and Maryland.

Rates of avoidable hospitalization by insurance status in Massachusetts and Maryland. To determine whether uninsured and Medicaid patients have higher rates of avoidable hospitalizations than do insured patients. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA Pubmed

Rates of avoidable hospitalization by insurance status in Massachusetts and Maryland.

JAMA , Volume 268 (17): -2293 – Nov 25, 1992

Rates of avoidable hospitalization by insurance status in Massachusetts and Maryland.


Abstract

To determine whether uninsured and Medicaid patients have higher rates of avoidable hospitalizations than do insured patients.

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ISSN
0098-7484
pmid
1404795

Abstract

To determine whether uninsured and Medicaid patients have higher rates of avoidable hospitalizations than do insured patients.

Journal

JAMAPubmed

Published: Nov 25, 1992

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