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NEJM quality of care

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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Editorial response by Earl Steinberg, MD/MPP, Johns Hopkins University, to June 26 1New England Journal of Medicine study on "The Quality of Care Delivered to Adults in the United States" questions findings of the survey - heralded as a "wake-up call" by AdvaMed. "It would not be appropriate to interpret this as showing that a typical adult in the U.S. has a 50-50 chance of receiving adequate care of a particular clinical condition," Steinberg says. The study, which found that respondents received 54.9% of recommended care based on 439 indicators for 30 acute and chronic conditions, was authored by Elizabeth McGlynn, PhD, RAND...
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