In Reply Dr Bhatia and colleagues address the lack of normalization for acuity in our data.1 In general, we agree that this is a weakness of our article. This was a topic frequently brought up on Twitter after a JAMA Internal Medicine tweet announcing the article. In response to these questions, we went back to the data and did further analysis.
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