Hospitals’ action stops spread of infection
Los Angeles Times, January 2, 2008
During an 18-month pilot project, nine California hospitals were able to prevent an estimated 600 healthcare-associated infections by using a data-mining program to comb through computerized records and flagging infections to thwart their spread.
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