Hospital Malpractice: Saying They're Sorry and Showing They Mean It

Victims of hospital malpractice hunger to be treated with respect as human beings by the hospitals who have destroyed or damaged their lives. A simple "we're sorry" is a good first step, but only a first step. Some forward-looking hospitals are learning that implementing patient safety changes as part of the healing process makes good business sense in addition to helping the patients and their families.

The online magazine, Hospitals and Health Networks, has a good article in its current issue on this. An excerpt...

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