Hospital cleaning practices go under the microscope

    Hospital cleaning practices go under the microscope.

    The most recent update from the Centers for Disease Control on the health of hospitals is that they do not do enough to help their staff. Some 43% of the states surveyed had fewer than 5% of facilities in good or excellent status. For hospital workers, that number is even higher.

    The findings are published in the “Report on the Health of American Hospitalists” released earlier this year by the Association of American Hospitality and Health Systems. The report showed that only 24 of the 30 largest U.S. hospitals had at least 20% of their workforces in good or excellent status, down slightly from 25 in 2010.

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    In addition, hospitals spend about $1 billion a year on care for patients on the wait list for Medicare or Medicaid. That’s nearly $1,500 for each of the nearly 1.1 million people who wait in the emergency room and another $300,000 for people who come down the waiting list for hospital care.

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    A recent report by the Center for Disease Control showed that there were 441 medical deaths for every 100,000 people in 2010, and more people than ever are in crisis because of medical care they did not have before. The CDC also recently released new estimates that states spent more than $4.2 billion in 2009 alone on Medicaid, but only 3% of these funds went to the most vulnerable.

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