Massachusetts patient death rate a concern
Boston Globe, December 6, 2007
Despite the state's reputation for top medical care, hospital patients in Massachusetts die at a higher rate than the national average, according to an analysis. A consumer advocacy group plans to send a letter to state health officialsdemanding that they take immediate action to improve care at hospitals with significantly high mortality rates.
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