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Hospital choice could determine survival after a heart attack

(Yale University) Where you go for heart attack care may matter for both your short- and long-term risk of death, according to a new study by Yale School of Medicine researchers appearing in the New England Journal of Medicine.'Our findings suggest that investing in initiatives to improve short-term hospital performance might also improve long-term patient life expectancy,' said first author and Yale School of Medicine graduate Dr.
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