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Engaging physicians in voluntary safety reporting has generally been challenging. In this study, internal medicine residents reported many more clinically significant events following the introduction of an easy-to-use mobile platform that combined event reporting with patient signout.
Medication safety initiative in reducing medication errors.
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Hospital do-not-resuscitate orders: why they have failed and how to fix them.
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