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A group of Johns Hopkins nurses, physicians, and engineers have significantly reduced the number of distracting, non-critical bedside alarms in some of the hospital’s noisiest areas — up to 74% in some cases — in an improvement that has been linked to patient safety.

Johns Hopkins reports that it has reduced bedside alarms up to 74% in some units