Death death for heart failure, pneumonia has risen as predicted

Death death for heart failure, pneumonia has risen as predicted

Another study also raised deaths for patients with similar conditions as hospitals encourage to reduce 30 days information through the CMS program.

A new study released on Friday night at JAMA, suffered a slight loss in the heartbreak of the heart and sick patients as hospitals forced to reduce the number of 30 days under the Nutrition Control Program CMS Health, or HRRP. This is the second study published to find out that there is a consistency between the killing and resurrection of the dead with the planning process.

A recent study compared to the death of a patient for heart disease, heart disease and pneumonia before the program began a few years after the program was completed. Writers have died of patients suffering from 0.52% after the implementation of literacy programs compared to 0.27 percent deaths in the years before the program. Additionally, inflammatory bacteria were not long before the graduation program increased by 0.04 percent from 2005 to 2010 but rose from 0.44% from 2012 to 2015, after the program started.

Dr. Rishi Wadhera, author of the research researcher and researcher at the Smith Studies Institute at the Institute for Biological Studies at the Israeli Psychiatry Institute, said that although it is difficult to find out what happens in the dead related to the learning program, the only result is enough for CMS to review it.

"It is very difficult to know whether the concept of immediate urine is in the woman, but in the face of uncertainty I think we should make a mistake on the side of caution," he said.

Dr. Robert Yeh, co-author of the study and director of the Smith Institute of Research Center, said he did not think the program should be expanded "until we understand why these events are happening."

An investigation conducted last November in JAMA found that a woman died in the middle of Medicare's courage after implementing her studies. This study led to the report by the Advisory Commission on Paying, which concluded that "there is no strong evidence that reducing radio programs has a significant impact on mortality. All have shown that the HRRP can do more to improve than cancer. "

CMS Health Center Dr. Kate Goodrich said in a statement that Medicare's Payroll Management Agency had studied this information and had not been diagnosed with fatalities for patients.

"The CMS Institute noted the effectiveness of our programs, including the viewing view of a survey conducted by the youth and other methods, while working to improve health benefits while ensuring that the Americans are getting better, health, "she said.

Current studies include six conditions: heart disease, pneumonia, brain disorders, replacement of hip and knee and heart disease around the surgery.

Yeh and Yeh have chosen to evaluate heart disease, heart failure and pneumonia because these are the first three situations that began in 2012.

The study did not find out that those who were genuinely struggling to rise in death compared to the program being implemented and later. Yeh said this could be because of heart disease is a wonderful thing that can be solved with the possibility of problems that cause the message. Heart condition is the easiest way to treat it when most pneumonia is identified among the sick, the sick and the elderly.

Since last year's study by JAMA, experts have been worried that hospitals may hate patients who are eligible to participate in the death penalty, which accounts for 3% of Medicare's salary.