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Mixed Reviews of NY Hospitals in First DOH Infection Report

From the DOH website today:

New York hospitals have lower rates of central-line infections in pediatric and coronary intensive care units than the rest of the nation but higher rates in surgical intensive care units, the New York State Department of Health announced in a new report today.

Read the press release here. There are apparently two versions of the report, one to the legislature (32 pages) and one to the hospitals themselves (115 pages). The report to the legislature is here. The report to the hospitals is here.

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