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Study associates high ICU use with higher hospital costs

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A new study in JAMA Internal Medicine says that hospitals with  a higher percentage than normal   of patients cared for in intensive-care units are more likely to have higher costs and perform more invasive procedures with no improvement in patient mortality rates compared with hospitals with less ICU usage.

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