Survey: Infection prevention is a priority for patients

03/10/2011 | Modern Healthcare (free registration)

A survey of 1,000 people by the Partnership for Quality Care found 85% said infection prevention should be a top priority after hearing a description of sepsis and its effects. In addition, 84% said prevention of hospital-acquired infections should be a top priority in terms of time and resources.

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