Hospitals, like Riverside, with high rates of Covid patients who didn’t have the diagnosis when they were admitted have rarely been held accountable due... As patients got Covid in hospitals, oversight fell short

Hospitals, like Riverside, with high rates of Covid patients who didn’t have the diagnosis when they were admitted have rarely been held accountable due to multiple gaps in government oversight, a KHN investigation has found. While a federal reporting system closely tracks hospital-acquired infections for MRSA and other bugs, it doesn’t publicly report Covid caught in individual hospitals.


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