Concerns cause hospital to tweak color coding plan

August 2007
Healthcare Risk Management;Aug2007, Vol. 29 Issue 8, p90
The article reports on the decision of Scottsdale Healthcare in Arizona to standardize wristbands for its two hospitals for patient safety in the U.S.


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