December 14, 2020
Letisia Marquez
(626) 476-7593

Despite the staggering number of Californians who are diagnosed with cancer each year–173,000 new cases in 2016–there is very little information to guide patient decision-making about where to get care. For decades research has shown that hospitals performing a low volume of surgeries are more likely to have worse patient outcomes–more complications and deaths–than hospitals with higher volumes of surgeries.

–Laurence Baker
–Maryann O’Sullivan