GMAs are a tool that assesses health risk based on the demographic characteristics of patients, their chronic diseases and those situations or acute diseases that may have an impact. This tool provides a risk index that can be used as an adjustment factor in specific models of a given disease and at the same time acts as a grouping to stratify the population at different levels of risk.
Adjusted morbidity groups; GMA; Stratification tool; Risk assessment
Valero-Bover D, Vela E, Clèries M, Monterde D, Carot-Sans G, Cano I, et al. The adjusted morbidity groups (GMA): an exhaustive and severity-balanced tool for risk assessment. Poster presented at: The 44th IHF World Hospital Congress; 2021 November 8-11; Barcelona.
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