Advocates: Networking can aid rural hospitals' care
The Times Herald, March 19, 2008
The Thumb Rural Health Network is underway in Michigan, and has developed ties between Deckerville Community Hospital and McKenzie Memorial Hospital in Sandusky along with larger facilities, such as Mercy Hospital in Port Huron. Advocates say the alliance should strengthen the quality of healthcare and by sharing information, the rural hospitals can improve the treatment patients receive.
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