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  1. Payment Policy is Driving Increases in U.S. Home Dialysis

    Follow the money. Analysis of 523,526 patients starting dialysis in the U.S. between 2005 and 2013 found increases in home dialysis use in all groups, and a decline in racial/ethnic differences in home dialysis. However, over time, white patients had an increase in mortality compared to minority patients, while transplant rates remained lower in minority patients.

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    Tags: Home Dialysis Outcomes, Racial, Ethnic, Mortality, Transplant Rates