Studying malpractice cases may improve quality of care

09/28/2010 | Wall Street Journal, The

Analyzing medical malpractice cases can lead to improvements in patient care that prevent future mistakes, experts say. Many cases involve diagnostic errors, and researchers have found there often are at least three breakdowns in the system that lead to missed or delayed diagnoses.

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