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In-person rapid mortality review process sparked improvements in patient care – News-Medical.Net

An in-person multidisciplinary rapid mortality review (RMR) process helped identify specific areas to improve patient care at a Los Angeles hospital, according…

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An in-person multidisciplinary rapid mortality review (RMR) process helped identify specific areas to improve patient care at a Los Angeles hospital, according to a study published in American Journal of Critical Care (AJCC).
The novel approach helped front-line clinicians understand both individual- and systems-level issues that contribute to mortality, with the ultimate aim of optimizing the delivery of patient care.
“Rapid Mortality Review in the Intensive Care Unit: an In-Person Multidisciplinary…

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