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Remaking American Medicine 

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 Host / ... 4 episodes, 2006
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Four-part documentary series focusing on efforts to improve the quality of American health care.

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Important series for all concerned about the quality of health care
16 October 2006 | by See all my reviews

As a health care professional for more than 40 years, I believe this is one of the best/balanced and clear reviews of the current state of the industry. Examples of high quality care as well as medical and nursing errors are covered. The importance of the family and patient input into all health care decisions and the need to ask questions about anything that is not well understood is emphasized.

All people who care about the quality of their health care and of the health care of their loved ones should see and comment to their own health care providers (nurses, physicians, nurse practitioners and PAs) about the content of the series and its implications for their own care. This is a must see series for both lay people and professionals.


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