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Leaving against medical advice (AMA): risk of 30-day mortality and hospital readmission.

Glasgow JM, Vaughn-Sarrazin M, Kaboli PJ. Leaving against medical advice (AMA): risk of 30-day mortality and hospital readmission. Journal of general internal medicine. 2010 Sep 1; 25(9):926-9.

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Abstract:

Due to the higher risk of adverse outcomes, hospitals should target AMA patients for post-discharge interventions, such as phone follow-up, home visits, or mental health counseling to improve outcomes.





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