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There is strong evidence that better information results in improved health outcomes. Better information in the hands of patients has a number of positive outcomes, including an increase in patients' quality of life and feelings of psychological well- being. Equally, information can help to drive up standards. In a recent example, a report published in the medical journal Heart in 2007 found that information provided in performance league tables about coronary bypass surgery led to lower death rates after major heart operations.

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