A system of medical error disclosure.

  title={A system of medical error disclosure.},
  author={Bryan Albert Liang},
  journal={Quality & safety in health care},
  volume={11 1},
External mandates for medical error disclosure are often justified by potential cost savings, the belief in individual moral obligations in health care, and the concept that patients have rights and providers have responsibilities. Such an approach does not recognise the systems nature of error and outcomes and the important quality role disclosure can play in a system of medical error disclosure. Systems concepts, the patient-provider partnership, and overall quality of care can be enhanced… CONTINUE READING
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