Patient-safety alliance report finds hospital errors on the decline
Philadelphia Business Journal, February 21, 2008
Philadelphia-area hospitals are continuing to make strides in improving patient safety, according to the latest report issued by the Partnership for Patient Care. The report covered three key safety areas: preventing falls, protecting against blood clots, and monitoring medications to prevent harmful drug interactions and dosing errors.
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