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Small Patient Population and Low Frequency Event Effects on the Stability of SNF Quality Measures : Final Report

@inproceedings{DonelanMcCall2006SmallPP,
  title={Small Patient Population and Low Frequency Event Effects on the Stability of SNF Quality Measures : Final Report},
  author={N. Donelan-McCall and T. Eilertsen and Ron Fish and A. Kramer},
  year={2006}
}

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