Innovative procedures: the key factor for hospital performance
AbstractThe role of innovative procedures in the mortality differences between university, non-teaching public and for-profit hospitals is investigated using a French exhaustive administrative dataset on patients admitted for heart attack. Mortality is roughly similar in the three types of hospitals after controlling for case-mix. For-profit hospitals treat the at-risk oldest patients more often with innovative procedures. Therefore, additionnally controlling for innovative procedures makes them having the highest mortality rate. Non-teaching public hospitals end up having the lowest mortality rate.
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Hospital performance ; Innovative procedures ; Stratified duration model;
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- Laurent Gobillon & Carine Milcent, 2010. "Innovative Procedures : The Key Factor for Hospital Performance," Working Papers 2010-14, Centre de Recherche en Economie et Statistique.
- NEP-ALL-2012-01-03 (All new papers)
- NEP-CSE-2012-01-03 (Economics of Strategic Management)
- NEP-HEA-2012-01-03 (Health Economics)
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