Wisconsin hospital patients are a lot safer now than five years ago. That’s according to the Washington group Leapfrog, which rates the Badger State the sixth best for hospital patient safety. That’s way up from 44th in the group’s initial grades in 2012, and Wisconsin was among five states showing the most improvement. Fifty-six state hospitals were part of the study — and 33 got grades of “A” based on their medical errors, rates of patient injuries and infections, and general opinions by patients. No Wisconsin hospitals got an “F” — and you can see how your hospital rates by going online to HospitalSafetyGrade Dot Org.