According to the World Health Organization, in 1980, 108 million people worldwide had diabetes and 422 million in 2014. It’s estimated that 700 million adults will have diabetes by 2045. Diabetes is a chronic illness where the blood sugar from someone’s body is too high. In the long term, it can cause serious complications like heart disease, kidney disease, blindness or the need for an amputation.

Readmission of patients is a metric that correlates to increased mortality risk, so yes the more readmission to the hospital the more likely that patient’s chances of death. Not only is readmission a problem…

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