A report from the Institute of Medicine says that more Americans die each year because of mistakes made by health care professionals than die from breast cancer, highway accidents, or AIDS. A panel talks about this startling finding and what kind of changes could be made to address the problem.


  • Rick Wade American Hospital Association
  • Dr. Joseph Scherger Associate dean for clinical affairs at the University of California-Irvine
  • Dr. John Eisenberg Administrator, Agency for Health Care Policy & Research
  • Dr. Raymond Woosley Chair of the department of pharmacology at Georgetown University


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