He's right, there's no "take 2" in healthcare...and wants to go to court...the article states the hospital is considering a bar code system or another similar alternative to avoid the same in the future...BD
Dennis Quaid is smiling now. But the actor, whose newborn twins were almost killed by massive overdoses of blood thinner last year, has become a sober advocate for changes in health care to reduce medical errors.
“In my line of work if I make a mistake, we have take two,” Quaid told reporters, including the Health Blog, at the annual meeting of the Association of Health Care Journalists outside Washington, D.C., yesterday. “If you’re a health-care professional and make a mistake you could kill somebody.”
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