Only eight states require hospitals to publicly report surgical site infection rates, according to a Johns Hopkins University report in the Journal for Healthcare Quality. Lead author Dr. Martin Makary says that state hospital associations have opposed public reporting requirements and that mandatory national standards are needed to achieve consistent and fair comparisons and to encourage meaningful improvements.
Study: Few states require public reporting of surgical site infections
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