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Variation in Acute Medicine Units: Measuring it, understanding it, and reducing it


Abstract Although there are national recommendations on the function of Acute Medicine Units (AMUs), there is no single agreed best model of care. Additionally, robust data is not always available to determine whether system changes have resulted in improvement. We designed an Excel file to interface with the hospital patient management system…

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