HHS allots $218M to combat health care-acquired conditions

12/15/2011 | Healthcare Informatics online

HHS will provide $218 million to 26 national, regional, state or hospital groups as part of a federal effort to promote patient safety and reduce costs by curbing health care-acquired conditions. The groups will serve as Hospital Engagement Networks that will work to determine strategies and best practices and promote these measures to hospitals and doctors.

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