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Learning curves in health are of interest for a wide range of medical disciplines, healthcare providers and policy makers. In this paper, we distinguish between three types of learning when identifying overall learning curves: economies of scale, learning from cumulative experience and human capital depreciation. In addition, we approach the question of how treating more patients with specific characteristics predicts provider performance. To soften collinearity problems, we explore the use ofdoi:10.48350/145849 fatcat:krvb2oxegncrnpfbyjxogqbbv4