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Mirarchi, Ferdinando L.; Doshi, Ankur A.; Zerkle, Samuel W.; More
Mirarchi, Ferdinando L.; Doshi, Ankur A.; Zerkle, Samuel W.; Cooney, Timothy E. Less
Journal of Patient Safety. 11(1):1-8, March 2015.
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On July 17, JPS author John James, PhD, spoke at the U.S. Senate hearing on Patient Safety and Medical Errors. His article, "A new, evidence-based estimate of patient harms associated with hospital care" and testimony focus on medical errors that are in some estimates the third leading cause of death in the U.S.
The Action Zone blog is managed by Dr. Charles Denham, MD, Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Patient Safety and is dedicated to presenting research advances and field applications in every area of patient safety. This is a free online interactive forum that promotes action by leaders at every level. Safe care and great care is found at the intersection of three spheres: engaged leaders, best practices that deliver predictable outcomes, and the technologies that enable them. Every blog entry provides the reader at least one course of action that will improve interaction with patients.
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