Surgical Complications Benefit Hospitals
According to a study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, it has been revealed that hospital cash in more money from surgical mistakes.
It has been so as the insurers pay the hospitals more money so that they can take good care of patients. Moreover, provide them quality care which they needed due to surgical complications that have taken place.
The study researchers were of the view that there is a way by which one can bring down eth surgical complication level and that is possible through to not to pay extra money for poor care.
The research carried out by a group of researchers from a number of institutes like the Boston Consulting Group, Harvard's schools of medicine and public health and Texas Health Resources, seems to have highlighted one of the important issues.
In order to reach at the above given result, the study researchers have carried out a detailed analysis of the reports of 34,256 people. All these people have undergone surgery in 2010 and among them, 1,820 had suffered one or more complications.
Study author Dr. Mark C. Lester was of the view that the hospitals have been taking measures in order to bring a decline in complications. They have started making check list of the same.
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