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Economist Links Higher ER Spending to Lower Mortality
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Hospitals that spend more money on emergency department care for cardiac patients have lower mortality rates for those patients, a Massachusetts Institute of Technology study has found.

“More intensive and expensive treatment leads to better outcomes,” Joseph Doyle, the Alfred Henry and Jean Morrison Hayes Career Development Associate Professor of Applied Economics at the MIT Sloan School of Management, said in a statement.

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