From: Becker's Infection Control & Clinical Quality <>
Subject: Quality reporting costs $15.4B, but isn't useful for physician practices | 24 exec moves | Consumer Reports rates hospitals on C. diff infections | Mayo Clinic cuts ties with Georgia hospital
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March 8, 2016
1. Consumer Reports rates hospitals on C. diff infections: 4 highest, 24 lowest performing teaching hospitals Full story

2. Reporting quality measures is costly, not useful for physician practices, survey finds Full story

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5. 7 Colorado hospitals with the cleanest rooms, as reported by patients Full story

6. Connecticut governor suspends $140M in payments to hospitals Full story

7. Disrupting healthcare's legacy approach to staffing Register for the webinar here

8. 24 latest hospital, health system executive moves Full story

9. Mayo Clinic to cut ties with Georgia hospital Full story

10. Mumps-infected students quarantined at Harvard Full story

11. Don't miss Keynote Panelist, Michael Dowling, President and CEO of Northwell Health at Becker's Annual Meeting! April 27-30 at the Hyatt Regency, Chicago. Register today!

12. Top 10 infection control stories from last week Full story

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