Report: Communication is key to preventing medical errors

07/13/2010 | HealthLeaders Media

An analysis of 3,300 surgical malpractice cases found that errors occurred during all stages of surgery and that open communication was a key way to prevent them. Hospitals are using the data to engage staff and look at ways to change internal processes to improve patient safety.

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