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Medical errors keep killing patients – but there are laws, incentives and mindset changes that could reduce the death toll

By Michael J. Saks, Regents Professor, Arizona State University
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Mistakes at the hands of health care providers are a major cause of death in the US. And many of the blunders are a byproduct of the system.

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