NY hospitals graded on infection levels

The New York State Department of Health has issued its first in what will be annual reports on hospital infection rates. The report, which is mandated by a 2005 law, found that the state's hospitals have lower rates of central-line infections in pediatric and coronary intensive-care units than average, but higher infection rates in surgical intensive care units. Article

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