U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius toured facilities at Detroit’s Henry Ford Hospital Friday. Sebelius was there to promote the department’s Partnership for Patients initiative. More than 1500 hospitals have signed on so far. That program aims to save more than 60,000 lives over three years, by cutting preventable injuries and complications that result from hospital visits. Sebelius says about one in three Americans leave hospitals in worse shape than when they arrived.