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Confession, the saying goes, is good for the soul. But it's not very often that a practicing surgeon publishes an account detailing operating room mishaps and miscommunications - the types of things that cause surgical errors.

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When and how often should women be screened for breast cancer? Conflicting recommendations about this are a concern because, if a mammogram isn't performed when it should be, the result can be a failure to diagnose cancer - and that failure can have lethal consequences.

Miscommunication and Fatigue Among Medical Residents as a Cause of Hospital Errors

A frequent cause of hospital errors is poor communication between staff members. When patients are constantly shuttled from one department to another, or from one caregiver to another, the chance of miscommunication keep increasing. And far too often, the result of that miscommunication is medical errors.

Use of Checklists to Reduce Surgical Errors Must Become Standard Operating Procedure

For years, thoughtful people within the medical profession have advocated for the use of checklists to prevent surgical errors. Passionate advocates for greater use of checklists include Atul Gawande, the Boston surgeon and New Yorker contributor, and Dr. Peter Pronovost of Johns Hopkins.

Drug Shortages Leading to Troubling Medication Errors

Medication errors have long been a major problem in New York and across the country. Now things are getting even worse, as chronic shortages of key medicines increase the risk of drug errors.

When Medical Complications Arise, Being Proactive Pays Off

During the health care debate there was a lot of discussion about the pros and cons of aggressive health care. Some people believe that preventative care is the most effective - and cost-efficient - way to treat patients, and that aggressive treatment can do more harm than good.

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