Variations in Hip Fracture Baseline Patient Demographics and Comorbidities Repercussions on Bundled Payment Reimbursement Models.

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Summary of "Variations in Hip Fracture Baseline Patient Demographics and Comorbidities Repercussions on Bundled Payment Reimbursement Models."

We sought to investigate how patient demographics and baseline comorbidities varied between hip fracture and total joint arthroplasty patients across New York State and to determine implications of differences within the contexts of the bundled payment system.


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Name: Bulletin of the Hospital for Joint Disease (2013)
ISSN: 2328-5273
Pages: 259-264


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