Hospital Downsizing and Trends in Health Care Use Among Elderly People in British Columbia
Overall changes in health care use were small, which suggests that the repercussions of the decline in acute care services for elderly people have been minimal. The higher age-adjusted death rates in the later cohort in full-time care suggests that long-term stays are becoming reserved for sicker group of elderly people than in the past.
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