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Long blamed for the kind of hospital secrecy about error that compromises patient safety, medical-malpractice lawsuits are actually becoming a source of valuable information about medical error.


So writes an assistant law school professor who has studied the issue in an op-ed piece for the New York Times.

 

Read the full New York Times piece here.  

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