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Prescriptions for Change (Medical Malpractice) #946839

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Sep 12, 2009
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(Studio: Jeff Glor) Report introduced.

(New York: Priya David) The policy at the University of Michigan health system for dealing in a transparent manner with cases of medical malpractice examined; details given about a specific case & the positive effects of this policy. [Breast cancer patient Jennifer WAGNER†- comments on her breast lump & eventual cancer misdiagnosis/diagnosis.] [Malpractice attorney Tom BLASKE†, University of Michigan health system chief risk officer Rick BOOTHMAN†, University of Michigan health system neurosurgeon Dr. John McGILLICUDDY†- comment on approaches to malpractice.]

Glor, Jeff;
David, Priya

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