HOW WELL DO DIAGNOSIS‐RELATED GROUPS FOR APPENDECTOMY EXPLAIN VARIATIONS IN RESOURCE USE? AN ANALYSIS OF PATIENT‐LEVEL DATA FROM 10 EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
Thomas Renaud (),
Josselin Thuilliez () and
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Andrew David Street () and
Zeynep Or ()
Health Economics, 2012, vol. 21, 30-40
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Working Paper: How well do diagnosis-related groups for appendectomy explain variations in resource use? An analysis of patient-level data from 10 european countries (2012)
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