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Reading Comprehension: Inference Questions

What do recent statistics suggest about hospital readmissions?

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Although these recent statistics tell us that readmissions are a problem, we have no information to infer that the future of medical care is in danger.

Incorrect.

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Though the word recent suggests that the given statistics are relatively new, we do not know whether or not this subject was studied in the past.

Incorrect.

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Although these recent statistics tell us that readmissions are a problem, we have no information about future readmission rates or a dominant trend such as a rise.

Incorrect.

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Although this answer choice may be true, we do not have any information to suggest this high rate of readmissions occurs due to the hospitals admitting patients beyond their capacity.

Great!

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The word staggering implies shock, meaning that hospital readmissions are much higher than expected by someone who is not familiar with this data.

The rate of readmissions threatens the future of medical care.
Researchers have only begun to gather information about readmissions recently.
The rate of readmissions will continue to rise.
Hospitals admit more people than they are capable of treating.
The rate of hospital readmissions is much higher today than one may suspect.