A tool that predicts survival based on a patient's total burden of key chronic diseases also identifies which patients in the healthcare system will incur the highest future costs, according to new Weill Cornell Medical College research.

College executives say doctors can use this information to intervene early on in a patient's care, potentially reducing hospitalization and costs for the healthcare system and promoting improved health for patients.

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