Training and Awareness: The Key to Successful Use of DRGs
From a handful of health service researchers, academics and professionals observing the emergence of diagnosis related groups (DRGs) in the early 1980s, there is now a large body of interest and speculation across Europe about the usefulness of case mix measures.
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