Peripheral occlusive disease may provide the highest hospital margins despite rising costs.

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OBJECTIVE The objective of this study was to review vascular surgical financial trends in a tertiary care setting and to evaluate the impact of a vascular program within a health care system in the face of lower reimbursements and rising costs. METHODS With use of Current Procedural Terminology codes and diagnosis-related groups, vascular categories of… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jvs.2014.04.065

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@article{Awad2014PeripheralOD, title={Peripheral occlusive disease may provide the highest hospital margins despite rising costs.}, author={Nadia A Awad and Joseph V Lombardi and Jeffrey Paul Carpenter and Jose Luis Trani and Francis J Caputo and Nyali Taylor}, journal={Journal of vascular surgery}, year={2014}, volume={60 2}, pages={528-31} }