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Posted: Friday, June 27, 2014 10:39 am | Updated: 5:16 pm, Fri Jun 27, 2014.

ANCHORAGE, Alaska - A federal program aimed at improving safety at the nation's hospitals could mean financial penalties for Alaska's four largest hospitals.

Fairbanks Memorial Hospital and Anchorage's Alaska Native Medical Center, Alaska Regional Hospital and Providence Alaska Medical Center are in the lowest-performing 25 percent of hospitals for rates of infections and complications during in-patient stays, according to preliminary data analyzed by Kaiser Health News.

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