Comparison of Factors Identified by Patients and Physicians Associated with Hospital Readmission (COMPARE2).

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Summary of "Comparison of Factors Identified by Patients and Physicians Associated with Hospital Readmission (COMPARE2)."

Factors contributing to hospital readmission have rarely been sought from the patient perspective. Furthermore, it is unclear how patients and physicians compare in identifying factors contributing to readmission. The objective of the study was to identify and compare factors contributing to hospital readmission identified by patients and physicians by surveying participants upon hospital readmission to a teaching medicine service.


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Name: Southern medical journal
ISSN: 1541-8243
Pages: 244-250


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