Report: Medical Error Rate Bad News Update

Nov. 7, 2009


A July 2004 report indicates that in-hospital medical errors, on average, cost 195,000 lives and $6 billion a year more than double the numbers reported in a 1999 Institute of Medicine study that shocked U.S. healthcare. For the latest report, this from HealthGrades, go to www.rsleads.com/501ht-932

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