Anyone going into the hospital or working in healthcare should see this. A discussion regarding the problem of errors in the hospital setting, it uses stories and interviews to describe the issues and show ways that hospitals can improve patient care to avoid potentially fatal errors. Narrated by Dennis Quaid, who's newborn twins were the victims of an error that almost killed them, the video shows how the problems of medical errors are not due to a lack of concern for patients but due to faulty internal and external systems. The video begins with a description of the problem. It then goes on to explain what kinds of safeguards are being developed and implemented to prevent future incidents. It concludes with a reminder that patients have a right to speak out and ask questions of their providers. That patients are an integral part of the healthcare team who's input is. Not only necessary but valued.
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