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        • Risk Factors for Preventable Emergency Department Use After Outpatient Hand Surgery
          Journal of Hand SurgeryVol. 47Issue 9
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            Emergency department (ED) visits for postoperative concerns that could be safely addressed in outpatient clinics have an impact on cost, quality measures, and care workflows. Patient-reported data (PRD) may give unique insights into individual-level factors that predict overuse of health care resources, and guide opportunities for intervention and prevention. We investigated the relationship between preoperative PRD and preventable ED use after outpatient hand surgery to determine whether the preoperative PRD can be used to identify patients at higher odds of having preventable ED visits.
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