US Patient Mortality Lower With Non-US-Trained Physicians

Posted by Vanessa, February 7, 2017

Lower US Patient Mortality

Medicare patients admitted to the hospital and treated by internists who graduated from medical schools outside the United States had lower 30-day mortality than matched patients cared for by graduates of US schools, according to results of a study published online today in the British Medical Journal (BMJ).

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