From: Becker's Infection Control & Clinical Quality <>
Subject: 31 teaching hospitals fall short with central-line infection prevention | WHO: Zika no longer international emergency | Texas hospital closes | 36 hospitals with lowest hip and knee replacement readmission rates
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November 22, 2016
1. Consumer Reports: 31 teaching hospitals putting patients at risk for central-line infections Full story

2. 36 hospitals with lowest hip and knee replacement readmission rates Full story

3. WHO: Zika no longer international public health emergency Full story

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5. 1 in 4 patients admitted to pediatric ICUs develop acute kidney injury Full story

6. 4 strategies to improve care transitions Full story

7. How hospitals can elevate the standard of care and lower costs with an outcome pledge program. Learn more in this upcoming webinar.To register, Click here

8. Hospitals may be over-testing patients for UTIs Full story

9. CDC: Overdoses and falls lead to increase in preventable deaths by unintentional injury Full story

10. More than 1 in 4 children lack sufficient access to essential healthcare Full story

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12. Texas hospital closes Full story

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