Most hospitals not meeting safety goals, Leapfrog says

June 2009
Healthcare Risk Management;Jun2009, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p70
The article presents the results of a survey which reports that most hospitals have not implemented error prevention standards and other methods of protecting patient safety.


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