New study suggests CT studies lead to better hospital patient care

June 2008
Clinical Trials Administrator;Jun2008, Vol. 6 Issue 6, p61
The article suggests that hospitals that participate in clinical trial (CT) studies yield favorable patient care outcomes, according to a study in 2008. Patients who are enrolled in a CT are said to have fewer comorbidities. An overview of the study is offered. Also noted are highlights of the study findings.


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