• Vol. 33 No. 5, 660–661
  • 15 September 2004

Casemix in Singapore – 5 Years On

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The development of casemix classification systems started in the late 1960s when clinicians at the Yale-New Haven Medical Centre asked Professor Robert Fetter of Yale University for help with the identification of aberrant cases in utilisation review. Professor Fetter argued that in order to identify the aberrant, you had first to identify the normal, hence the advent of casemix classification systems.

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