Connecticut gets hospital infection funding
AP/Hartford Courant, October 12, 2009
Connecticut is receiving more than $1.2 million in federal stimulus money to help fight illnesses and infections contracted during hospital stays. The funds are designed to assist the state to help hospitals better monitor and prevent such infections.
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