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AHRQ Patient Safety Network ► How to make surgery safer.

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AHRQ Patient Safety Network

How to make surgery safer.

Landro L. Wall Street Journal. February 16, 2015.

This newspaper article reports on various ways hospitals are working to make surgical care safer and reducereadmissions due to surgical complications, including checklists, teamwork training courses for surgeons, preoperative briefings, and improvements in data collection and analysis.

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