Are medical outliers associated with worse patient outcomes?: A retrospective study within a regional NHS hospital using routine data

Neophytos Stylianou, Robin Fackrell, Christos Vasilakis

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Are medical outliers associated with worse patient outcomes? A retrospective study within a regional NHS hospital using routine data. / Stylianou, Neophytos; Fackrell, Robin; Vasilakis, Christos.

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