Doctors, nurses encouraged to practice CPR regularly

More than 200,000 cardiac arrests occur in United States hospitals each year. And less than 24 percent of those patients survive. Now the American Heart Association is working to solve that problem. It believes part of the problem is "skills decay" in healthcare professionals. John Meiners, the AHA's chief of mission-aligned businesses, joined Good Day to talk about the solution.

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