Better reporting behind rise in Indiana medical errors

08/27/2008 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Indiana health officials say greater awareness and better tracking of mistakes were the main reasons for a 24% increase in hospital medical errors in 2007. The most common mistakes were cases of advanced bed sores from improper supervision or care, surgeries where objects were left inside patients, and surgery on the wrong body part.

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