California lags in reporting of hospitals' drug-resistant infection rates
Los Angeles Times, February 25, 2008
Disease-tracking experts say California lags behind at least 15 other states that monitor drug-resistant infections in hospitals and other healthcare facilities. Experts are now saying the state should require healthcare facilities to publicly disclose information on infection rates in order to provide more public oversight.
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