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Performance of the ACG Case-Mix System in Two Canadian Provinces

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  • Reid, R.J.
  • MacWilliam, l.
  • Verhulst, L.
  • Roos, N.
  • Atkinson, M.
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    Abstract

    While the adjusted clinical group (ACG) system has been extensively validated in the United States, its use in other developed nations has been limited. This article examines the performance of the system in 2 Canadian provinces and accesses the extent to which ACGs can account for some-year and next-year health care expenditures.

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    Paper provided by University of British Columbia - Centre for Health Services and Policy Research. in its series Centre for Health Services and Policy Research with number 2001:1r.

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    Length: 13 pages
    Date of creation: 2001
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    Handle: RePEc:fth:brichs:2001:1r

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    Postal: The University of British Columbia. Health Policy Research Unit. 429-2194 Health Sciences Mall. Vancouver, BC. V6T 1Z3

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