In the Pandemic, Racism in Medicine Jeopardizes Patient Safety

In March of 2020, Chimére Smith, then a 37-year-old middle school teacher in Baltimore, went to see her doctor about a sore throat, dizziness, shortness of breath and gastrointestinal issues.

Healthcare Can Learn From The Nuclear Power Industry

The following provides the perspective of someone with more than five decades working with nuclear power, and is intended to…

Why Value Capture Chose to Invest in the Patient Safety Movement

People seek healthcare every day to better their conditions, but medical errors may result in unforeseen and even fatal outcomes….

Action on patient safety will help achieve the health care system we deserve

The United States spends more on health care than any country in the world, but it has made almost no…

Digital Technologies that Improve Patient Safety

By: Pranjal Bora, Head of Product Management, Digital Authority Partners Digital technology plays a key role in health care. Its…

Takeaways from Dr. Death Episode 1 and Tips to Stay Safe

Episode 1 Synopsis The new series Dr. Death is based on a true story and adapted from the brilliant and…

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