New York hospitals see decrease in bloodstream infections

09/26/2011 | American City Business Journals

The New York Department of Health reports that the rate of central line-associated bloodstream infections has dropped 37% since 2007 and the rate of surgical site infections for some procedures is down 15%. The decrease in infections led to millions of dollars in savings for hospitals in the state, according to the report.

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