Death ‘lottery’ in NHS hospitals

There is a major difference in the death rates at hospitals around England, a report has found.

Patients at the hospital with the worst rate were twice as likely to die as those at the top ranked hospital.

The work by Dr Foster Research, an independent health information company, estimated 7,400 could have been saved if mortality rates were standard.

BBC NEWS | Health | Death ‘lottery’ in NHS hospitals

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