The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals (JCAHO) "categorically rejects" the findings of University of Michigan researchers regarding the relevance of JCAHO accreditation to patient outcomes, as reported in Daily Capsules earlier this week(See "New Study: High JCAHO Scores Mean Little") In a formal statement, the JCAHO says it "categorically rejects the findings and conclusions of this recently published study by three University of Michigan School of Public Health researchers ...

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