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Aviation Safety & Hospitals: What's the Link?

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Aviation Safety & Hospitals: What's the Link?
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    John Nance in Why Hospitals Should Fly: the ultimate flight plan to patient safety and quality care writes, from 2001 to 2006, passenger deaths aboard major US airlines hit a total of zero.  During that same time frame, American hospitals killed an estimated 250,000 to 500,000 patients with medical mistakes.  That's the equivalent of crashing 1400 fully loaded 747s with no survivors. John joins host Dr. Leslie Lundt to discuss what hospitals can learn from the aviation industry about safety.

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    John Nance in Why Hospitals Should Fly: the ultimate flight plan to patient safety and quality care writes, from 2001 to 2006, passenger deaths aboard major US airlines hit a total of zero.  During that same time frame, American hospitals killed an estimated 250,000 to 500,000 patients with medical mistakes.  That's the equivalent of crashing 1400 fully loaded 747s with no survivors. John joins host Dr. Leslie Lundt to discuss what hospitals can learn from the aviation industry about safety.

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