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Acute Care Health Services Research Group


The Acute Care Health Services Research Group started in March 2010 as a small group of investigators and trainees interested in the question of what happens to patients, clinicians, and processes of care when intensive care units get “strained.” The group has expanded to include critical care faculty and fellows, epidemiology PhD students, and faculty and staff statisticians interested in a broad array of questions relevant to critical care policy and delivery.

Acute care delivery and outcomes
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We generate high-quality evidence to advance healthcare policies and practices that improve the lives of all people affected by serious illness.