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Examining Cost as a Measure of Surgical Outcomes

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    In using cost to examine surgical outcomes, complications are the greatest and most costly problem in surgical care. Our guest, healthcare economist Dr. Donald Fry talks in this segment about improving surgical quality by decreasing when possible surgical complications. What are the most common causes of surgical complications and what complications can be controlled by adherance to commonly accepted practices? Join host Mark Nolan Hill for this interview to learn more.

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    In using cost to examine surgical outcomes, complications are the greatest and most costly problem in surgical care. Our guest, healthcare economist Dr. Donald Fry talks in this segment about improving surgical quality by decreasing when possible surgical complications. What are the most common causes of surgical complications and what complications can be controlled by adherance to commonly accepted practices? Join host Mark Nolan Hill for this interview to learn more.

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