A University of California center that fosters healthcare innovation at UC's five medical centers is proving to be a boon to both patient health and the bottom line.

Grants made by UC’s Center for Health Quality and Innovation to fund projects that improve patient care and satisfaction at UC hospitals are paying off with positive results, including fewer blood clots and better post-surgical care at UC hospitals.

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