Hospital-Acquired Infections Cause $Billions in Societal Costs

jme-minisite-logoA recent report in the Journal of Medical Economics offers a sobering insight into concerns for patient safety behind the hospital doors.  Here’s the direct quote from the research.

HAIs in US acute-care hospitals lead to direct and indirect costs totaling $96 – $147 billion annually.

This cost – and subsequent suffering to patients and families – is preventable with a safe patient standard of care.

Please sign the petition and forward the link to others to help nurses help you prevent unnecessary harm to more Minnesotans.

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Your Patient Stories Over the past few weeks, you've been sending us stories about your experiences in Minnesota hospitals.  We've heard them, and we think others should, too.  By sharing your patient experience with us, you can help us promote a safe nurse-to-patient ratio at all Minnesota hospitals.
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