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  THIS JUST IN September 13, 2012  

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The Joint Commission’s president believes hospitals should implement comprehensive process improvement tools targeted at more specific analyses of patient safety needs.


Rural healthcare pilot program

An FCC program helps providers establish broadband networks to improve care quality and reduce care costs in rural areas.


Hand hygiene deficiencies and staffing levels linked

Research suggests that hand hygiene deficiencies in nursing homes are associated with low staffing levels. Between 2000 and 2002, hand hygiene deficiencies were found in less than 7.4% of facilities; this increased to 12% by 2009.


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