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CDC With New Report On Hospital Gained Infections...

CDC with new report 1:25 patients acquires an infection during hospital stay, 1:9 die due to these infections.
Nurse Concierge coordinates your care, communicates between your physicians, is at every physician visit, tracks lab results and testing then graphs and records them.  By doing this, Nurse Concierge is able to detect any subtle changes before a situation occurs that requires an ER visit or Hospital stay.  Thereby, evading not only the cost of the ER and Hospital visit but also decreasing your exposure to secondary infections gained in hospital.  The ultimate result is better health, better quality of life and saved revenue.

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