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HSMR: A New Approach for Measuring Hospital Mortality Trends in Canada
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HSMR: A New Approach for Measuring Hospital Mortality Trends in Canada is the first report about the Hospital Standardized Mortality Ratio (HSMR) and its adaptation for use in Canada. The HSMR is a big-dot summary measure that has been used to help inform efforts to improve hospital care. This report includes the first publicly available HSMR trends for large health regions and hospitals in Canada (excluding Quebec).

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HSMR: A New Approach for Measuring Hospital Mortality Trends in Canada



© 1996-2014, Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI). All rights reserved.

HSMR: A New Approach for Measuring Hospital Mortality Trends in Canada Core

HSMR: A New Approach for Measuring Hospital Mortality Trends in Canada
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Pages: 114
Date: Nov 29, 2007 Price A/B: $30/$45
ISBN: 978-1-55465-184-9 Action:

HSMR: A New Approach for Measuring Hospital Mortality Trends in Canada is the first report about the Hospital Standardized Mortality Ratio (HSMR) and its adaptation for use in Canada. The HSMR is a big-dot summary measure that has been used to help inform efforts to improve hospital care. This report includes the first publicly available HSMR trends for large health regions and hospitals in Canada (excluding Quebec).

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HSMR: A New Approach for Measuring Hospital Mortality Trends in Canada



© 1996-2014, Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI). All rights reserved.

HSMR: A New Approach for Measuring Hospital Mortality Trends in Canada Core

HSMR: A New Approach for Measuring Hospital Mortality Trends in Canada
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Pages: 113 File Details: (PDF) 1000 KB
Date: Nov 29, 2007 Price A/B: Free
ISBN: 978-1-55465-186-3 Action: Download

HSMR: A New Approach for Measuring Hospital Mortality Trends in Canada is the first report about the Hospital Standardized Mortality Ratio (HSMR) and its adaptation for use in Canada. The HSMR is a big-dot summary measure that has been used to help inform efforts to improve hospital care. This report includes the first publicly available HSMR trends for large health regions and hospitals in Canada (excluding Quebec).

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HSMR: A New Approach for Measuring Hospital Mortality Trends in Canada



© 1996-2014, Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI). All rights reserved.

HSMR: A New Approach for Measuring Hospital Mortality Trends in Canada Core

HSMR: A New Approach for Measuring Hospital Mortality Trends in Canada
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HSMR: A New Approach for Measuring Hospital Mortality Trends in Canada is the first report about the Hospital Standardized Mortality Ratio (HSMR) and its adaptation for use in Canada. The HSMR is a big-dot summary measure that has been used to help inform efforts to improve hospital care. This report includes the first publicly available HSMR trends for large health regions and hospitals in Canada (excluding Quebec).

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