Medicare sees need to improve at South Florida hospitals
Miami Herald, February 7, 2008
As part of a new national program, Medicare has named five hospitals in South Florida as targets for quality improvement. The hospitals are being measured for surgical care improvements. Four of the hospitals were targets for improvement for only one measure: Not doing enough to end the use of preventative antibiotics within 24 hours after surgery.
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