Falls are up in benchmarks released by quality group

October 2012
Same-Day Surgery;Oct2012, Vol. 36 Issue 10, p108
Academic Journal
The article discusses a 2012 report from the Ambulatory Surgery Center Quality Collaborative which found that falls in U.S. ambulatory surgery centers increased for the first quarter 2012 to 0.153 per 1,000 admissions.


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