Improving Patient Safety in the EU: Assessing the expected effects of three policy areas for future action
Dec 15, 2008
Strong patient safety systems could limit health, social and economic harms from medical error
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RAND Europe reviewed the problem of patient harm in Europe, assessed expected effects of three policy action areas to improve safety and modelled the potential health benefits that could be achieved by reducing numbers of harmful events.
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