Study: Doctors find medical reporting systems inadequate

01/11/2008 | Healthcare IT News

Many physicians believe current medical error-reporting systems are inadequate, according to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. A new study says physicians are more likely to depend on discussions with colleagues than reporting and indicates few physicians believe they can access a reporting system designed to improve patient safety.

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