When the hoofbeats are zebras

by Maureen Hanson
The Hill    May 11, 2016

An analysis by Johns Hopkins researchers claims that a third of all deaths in the US annually are due to medical errors.  This finding not only calls for better reporting of such errors, but also for better medical training to prevent them.  But death is not the only outcome of medical errors—instead, unnecessary patient suffering can result.

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