Surgeons, CDC join to target surgical infections with health IT

04/16/2012 | Modern Physician (free registration) · Nurse.com

The CDC is working with the American College of Surgeons on a three-year initiative to use standardized quality measures and health IT to monitor and prevent surgical-site infections and complications. The project will integrate the CDC's National Healthcare Safety Network, a Web-based infection-surveillance system, with the ACS's National Surgical Quality Improvement Program.

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