Bringing hospital infections down to zero in Maryland
The Examiner, March 13, 2008
Maryland hospital safety experts are looking at a new standard for many preventive infections and mishaps that can harm the most vulnerable patients: zero. The Maryland Health Care Commission is putting a framework in place for the public to see specific infection and other mishap rates by hospital and should begin reporting MRSA infections by the end of this year.
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