Despite shrinking budgets, hospitals maintain infection control funding
A survey of 200 senior U.S. hospital officials found that in the face of sometimes severe budget constraints, providers across the country are employing sophisticated budget strategies to cut costs, making targeted investments to support growth, and emphasizing patient safety—all while preparing for the ramifications of new healthcare legislation.
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