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Improved Documentation and Record Management : A Necessity to Prevent Medical Errors in Health Care System

  title={Improved Documentation and Record Management : A Necessity to Prevent Medical Errors in Health Care System},
  author={Shahedul Alam Chowdhury and Laila Habib},
In modern health care system medical error is very important problem to consider. In United States preventable medical errors are considered to be third leading causes of death. Medical errors like injuries, wrong site surgeries, medication mishaps, misidentification of patients, reporting errors, poor diagnosis of disease and so on happen in health care system in different situation in different environment. Some of the questions to address in order to find solution are what medical errors are… 

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