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Clark C. HealthLeaders Media. September 13, 2013.
This news piece highlights concern around the safety of elective premature deliveries and describes techniques organizations have used to prevent such procedures.
ISMP Medication Safety Alert! Acute Care Edition. October 18, 2012;17:1-4.
This piece reviews risks associated with the use of compounding pharmacies and recommends that legislative oversight can improve medication safety.
Rau J. Kaiser Health News. October 17, 2011.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) published data on hospital-acquired conditions in a 2011 report. This news article discusses new data available on the Hospital Compare Web site, including preventable complications and certain types of medical errors.
Wolosin R, Vercler L, Matthews J. Patient Safety & Quality Healthcare. November/December 2005;2:40-44.
The authors examined patients' perceptions of safety in hospital settings and factors that affect their perceptions.
USA Today. July 4, 2005.
This editorial supports legislation such as the Fair and Reliable Medical Justice Act, which calls for special courts to evaluate medical malpractice cases.
Hospital-error oversight called lax: state takes too long to investigate mistakes, patient advocates say.
Galloway A. Seattle Post-Intelligencer. May 5, 2005.
This article explores inefficiencies in the process for reporting and investigating adverse events in Washington and indicates that inconsistent error review is a problem across the nation.
King K. Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal. April 15, 2005: In Depth: Structures section.
The vice president of facilities at El Camino Hospital discusses the opportunity for building a facility that will improve patient care and employee productivity.
Weber T, Ornstein C. Los Angeles Times. April 12, 2005.
This article reports on a death that occurred at the Martin Luther King Jr./Drew Medical Center after a patient's deteriorating vitals signs went unnoticed.
Doctor’s orders killed cancer patient: Dana-Farber admits drug overdose caused death of Globe columnist, damage to second woman.
Knox RA. The Boston Globe. March 23, 1995; Metro/Region section: 1.
This column chronicles the tragic death of Betsy Lehman, a Boston Globe health columnist, who fell victim to an inadvertent overdose of chemotherapy while receiving treatment for breast cancer at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. The story details the events surrounding the case, the reactions among family and the public, and the response from Dana-Farber.