State Infection Reporting Systems Vary Widely

Written by Jaimie Oh | March 19, 2012 | Print  |

Recent research findings suggest that a state-by-state system for reporting quality measures is inadequate and that only national guidelines governing disclosure can offer an accurate picture of providers' performance, according to new Johns Hopkins research.

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