Increased scrutiny has California hospitals focused more on safety
An increasing number of hospital administrators throughout California are working hard to reduce medical errors, as state officials continue pushing for better quality care and patient safety. Since the state Department of Public Health began issuing fines for preventable errors, 39 hospitals have been cited for such mistakes.
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