New legislation in New Jersey – Health Error Accountability Law – will require public reporting of each hospital’s patient safety performance and rates of serious medical errors. The 2009 New Jersey Hospital Performance Report due to be released next month will include this information and will be available in print and on the Web.
NJ legislation to require public reporting of serious medical errors
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