Adjusted mortality rates are higher than expected at 11 of 17 district general hospitals in Wales, according to figures published today by local health boards.
The data is called the Risk Adjusted Mortality Index, and compares the number of deaths at a hospital with the number expected - which is influenced by factors like average age and deprivation.
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