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hospital safety

Surgeons in scrubs washing hands at sink
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services this week reversed course on a plan to withhold hospital safety data that is usually released publicly.
Here's a scary statistic: A surgeon in the U.S. leaves a foreign object, such as a sponge or towel, inside a patient's body after an operation 39 times a week.
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