Massachusetts law cracks down on hospital infections

01/11/2007 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Under a new health insurance law in Massachusetts, health care professionals are required to receive mandatory education for hospital-acquired infection prevention, and penalties are assessed for workers and facilities that fail to comply with prevention measures. The law also is expected to eventually require hospitals to report infection rates, and health officials will be required to make the information public.

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