MEDICAL NOTE Battle of the Studies: Hospital accreditation is a poor predictor of the quality of patient outcomes, according to a new study by two University of Michigan School of Public Health researchers. The study, by Professors John R. Griffith and Jeffrey A. Alexander, published in the January issue of the peer-reviewed journal Quality Management in Health Care, shows no relationship between Medicare-based measures of mortality and complications and the scores assigned to hospitals by ...

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