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Medicine: Hospital Mistakes / Quaid & Denham Interview (Part II) #963916

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Apr 22, 2010
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) CNN interview with actor Dennis Quaid & Texas Medical Inst. of Technology Dr. Charles Denham about medical mistakes; scenes shown from the Quaid documentary about health care harm. [QUAID - says the goal is no harm to patients; comments on the need for an NTSB-like organization; notes there is a conspiracy of silence due to liability concerns; offers advice on dealing with a hospital stay.] [DENHAM - says we can reduce preventable errors to zero in health care by using safe practices; comments on the resistance in hospitals; outlines what patients should do.]
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