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Carpenter G.I, Turner G.F, Fowler R.W, Bray P., Carpenter B., Dickinson E.J, Gonsalkorale M., Main A., McElligott G., Morris S. et al..  1997.  Casemix for inpatient care of elderly people: Rehabilitation and post-acute care. Age & Ageing. 26(2):123-131.
Turcotte LA, Perlman CM, Fries BE, Hirdes JP.  2019.  Clinical predictors of protracted length of stay in Ontario Complex Continuing Care hospitals. BMC health services research. 19(1):218-218.
Rabinowitz T., Murphy K.M, Nagle K.J, Bodor C.I, Kennedy S.M, Hirdes J.P.  2003.  Delirium: Pathophysiology, recognition, prevention and treatment. Expert Review of Neurotherapeutics. 3(3):343-355.
Rahman M., Meyers D.J, Mor V..  2018.  The Effects of Medicare Advantage Contract Concentration on Patients' Nursing Home Outcomes. Health Serv Res. 53(6):4087-4105.
Hubbard R.E, Peel N.M, Samanta M., Gray L.C, Mitnitski A., Rockwood K..  2017.  Frailty status at admission to hospital predicts multiple adverse outcomes. Age Ageing. 46(5):801-806.
Gruneir A., Miller S.C, Intrator O., Mor V..  2007.  Hospitalization of nursing home residents with cognitive impairments: the influence of organizational features and state policies. Gerontologist. 47(4):447-56.
Mehr D.R, Fries B.E, Williams B.C.  1993.  How different are VA nursing home residents? Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. 41(10):1095-101.
Mehr D.R, Williams B.C, Fries B.E.  1997.  Predicting discharge outcomes of VA nursing home residents. Journal of Aging & Health. 9(2):244-65.
Stewart SL, Kam C, Baiden P.  2013.  Predicting length of stay and readmission for psychiatric inpatient youth admitted to adult mental health beds in Ontario, Canada. Child and Adolescent Mental Health. :n/a-n/a.