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Service members are left in dark on health errors.

LaFraniere S. New York Times. April 19, 2015.

Reporting on a case involving an overlooked test result that contributed to the death of a patient in themilitary medical system, this newspaper article highlights how insufficient transparency can prevent patients and their families from learning about what happened during their care and hinder opportunities to recognize processes in need of improvement.

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