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Impact of a Hospital-Level Intervention to Reduce Heart Disease Overreporting on Leading Causes of Death

YearHeart Disease, %Malignant Neoplasms, %Influenza and Pneumonia, %Chronic Lower Respiratory Diseases, %
200065.310.42.91.95
200160.512.74.652.1
200261.39.955.61.9
200361.213.14.42.6
200460.712.16.52.5
200565.410.35.72.3
200664.711.74.72.4
200766.410.83.352.2
200871.19.13.41.7
200969.610.93.81.6
201031.616.211.15.3

 
Figure.
Leading causes of death (as percentage of all deaths) at intervention hospitals, New York City, January–June, 2000–2010. Leading cause of death as listed on New York City death certificates was used for all analyses. All data points are for the January–June period of each given year.

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