10 most-read infection control stories in June

Virginia Mason's accreditation trouble with the Joint Commission, CMS' proposed rule around antibiotic stewardship programs and an emerging, deadly yeast infection captured the attention of readers last month.

The following are the 10 most popular stories from Becker's Infection Control & Clinical Quality from the past month, starting with the most-read.

1. Joint Commission denies Virginia Mason full accreditation after discovering safety issues

2. Virginia Mason under investigation after accreditation trouble

3. CMS proposed rule for hospitals: Reduce antibiotic use or exit Medicare

4. Dirty scopes infect 16 Huntington Hospital patients, including 11 who died

5. CDC warns hospitals of emerging, deadly yeast infection: 7 things to know

6. State body investigates University of Louisville Hospital after physician complaints

7. Second untreatable superbug infection in US identified by researchers

8. University Hospitals' organ transplant program put on probation

9. 3 ways leaders are burning out nurses (and how to prevent it)

10. Surgical tech involved in needle-swapping scandal tests positive for HIV

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