Study raises questions about accuracy of children’s hospitals rankings

A study in Pediatrics found that adjusted mortality rates used for rankings of children’s hospitals have “substantial amounts of statistical imprecision,” limiting their usefulness as a means for comparing quality of care. Read more.


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