MDS identifies mortality factors

December 1998
Brown University Long-Term Care Quality Advisor;Dec98, Vol. 10 Issue 12, p3
Reports on an article in the `Journal of the American Geriatrics Society' by J.M. Flacker and D.K. Kiely that described a practical approach to identifying mortality-related factors in established long-term care residents. Applications of the Minimum Data Set information on residents; Factors not found to be associated with one-year mortality.


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