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Increased attending supervision on rounds didn't significantly reduce medical errors

Researchers examined the rate of medical errors, the primary safety outcome, in 1,259 patients (5,772 patient-days). ... An accompanying editorial echoed these limitations, calling for more research on the effects of supervision on medical errors and on
June 2018

In the News

Other key findings include:. More than one-third of errors involving medical records resulted from the absence of a written informed consent. ... occurred. New toolkits are available from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) to help
February 2008

Disclosing medical errors does not increase malpractice claims

In 2001, UMHS launched a comprehensive claims management program that centered on full disclosure for medical errors. ... Under this model, UMHS proactively looked for medical errors, fully disclosed found errors to patients, and offered compensation
August 2010

Daylight saving time and medical errors

fewer errors because there is at least a theoretical possibility that people are getting more sleep because they have more time in bed. ... A: Provide more education to health care workers, recognize that this is a high-risk period, have systems in place
November 2020

Not all doctors fully disclose errors, pharma ties, bad prognoses, survey finds

A significant proportion of physicians do not completely agree that they should disclose serious medical errors or financial relationships with drug and device companies to patients, according to a recent survey. ... General surgeons and pediatricians
February 2012

To err is human … to not plan for it is trouble

Chances are, it will happen eventually. Medical errors kill 44,000 to 98,000 people a year in U.S. ... 1, 2008, Medicare no longer pays for the extra costs of care stemming from certain preventable medical errors.
December 2008

Care management, attending supervision, and more

Researchers examined the rate of medical errors, the primary safety outcome, in 1,259 patients (5,772 patient-days). ... An accompanying editorial echoed these limitations, calling for more research on the effects of supervision on medical errors and on
September 2018

Medical errors

The primary outcome was the rate of wrong-patient order entry errors, measured with the wrong-patient retract-and-reorder (RAR) measure. ... In addition, White race/ethnicity was associated with a lower rate of wrong-patient errors compared to Black
November 2020

Keeping track of mistakes that don't happen

Fried, FACP, director of graduate medical education at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center. ... We can gather a lot of data about medical errors in a relatively short period of time because we're collecting near-misses.”.
April 2008

The emotional life of doctors

One thing I often do with my team is to talk, up front, about all the medical errors I have made. ... Most of us think of medical errors as rare and horrible, so usually they are surprised to hear all their attending's blunders.
November 2013

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