Hospital spending not linked to quality of care

05/22/2009 | Modern Healthcare (free registration)

Hospitals that spent more money providing end-of-life medical services didn't necessarily deliver better quality of care to patients, according to a study by the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice. Researchers, who analyzed data from 2,712 hospitals, said there was no link between performance on heart failure measures and spending.

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