Managing medical malpractice risk via system science

@article{BS1982ManagingMM,
  title={Managing medical malpractice risk via system science},
  author={M. S. D.Sc. Vernon L. Grose B.S.},
  journal={Journal of Medical Systems},
  year={1982},
  volume={6},
  pages={89-103}
}
The complexity of health care is increasing at an alarming rate. Medical malpractice risks, which are inherent elements of this complexity, threaten the survival of both physicians and hospitals. Technological advances, social concerns, legal ramifications, economic values, and political pressures all amplify risk for health care professionals. Federal government warnings to control health care costs compound the dilemma. System science provides a framework for identifying, analyzing, and… CONTINUE READING

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