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Moreover, patients discharged from hospitals with a high proportion of minority patients about 23 percent higher odds of readmission than patients from hospitals with a lower minority interests discharged, regardless of race.. The study appears in the February 16 2011 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association.Joynt and her colleagues, John Orav, associate professor of biostatistics at HSPH, and senior author Ashish Jha, a physician and associate professor of health policy and management at HSPH, analyzed Medicare data on 30-day readmissions after hospitalization for three conditions: out heart attack, heart failure and pneumonia black black patients.The report outlines the organization of novel approach – called Treatment 2.0 – meaning it the HIV treatment was simplify and to improve access to drugs. The strategy of aims drug development and to fix pricing, use increase prevent transmission to increase audit and health care, and take on more Community The worker into the treatment process, of the need for Medical and costly labs reports on Reuters news agency. Reduce.