Monday, April 22, 2024


“You may choose to look the other way, but you can never say again that you did not know.”

— William Wilberforce


Physicians See Increased Medical Errors Due to Staff Shortages

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Survey Healthcare Global, a subsidiary of Apollo Intelligence, a data collection service for health care market research, released a new report showing that 34 percent of physicians in six developed countries said they have observed an increase in medical errors as a result of staff shortages.1 Shortage of Health Care Professionals Affecting Physicians’ Mental Health […]

Medical Errors Harm Up to 25 Percent of Patients in Outpatient Care

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A white paper released in January 2020 by the Foundation for the Innovation and Development of Health Safety shows that 20-25 percent of patients are harmed by medical errors in primary and ambulatory care (outpatient) in both developed countries like the U.S. and Europe and in developing countries. Primary and ambulatory care is one of […]

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