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How are inpatient mortality and uncured discharges determined in China?
November 20, 2015, Qiao Yu, Yuzhe Wang, Changwen Zhao, Robert K. Crone and Michael A. Berman
Main causes of inpatient death and uncured discharges are concerned by all stakeholders of healthcare sector. This paper studies determinants of inpatient death and uncured discharges in China.
U.S. Economic Performance
August 28, 2015, Jeffrey Hammer
August 25, 2015, Ziad Obermeyer
Opinion | The Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco / The Urban Institute - What Counts for America Blog
August 13, 2015, Stuart M. Butler and Jonathan Grabinsky
May 12, 2015, Fred Dews
May 12, 2015
April 27, 2015, Steven A. Farmer, Kavita Patel, Meaghan George, Frank McStay and Rio Hart
March 10, 2015, Jeffrey Hammer
Presentation | Brookings Mountain West Lecture Series, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
February 20, 2015, Vanda Felbab-Brown
Paper | The Lancet
February 18, 2015, Corinna Hawkes, Trenton G. Smith, Jo Jewell, Jane Wardle, Ross A. Hammond, Sharon Friel, et al.
February 6, 2015, Kavita Patel and Rio Hart
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Ross A. Hammond
Director, Center on Social Dynamics and Policy
Senior Fellow, Economic Studies
Nonresident Senior Fellow, Economic Studies
Nonresident Fellow, Economic Studies
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