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Hospitals study when to apologize to patients

By Liz Kowalczyk
Globe Staff / July 24, 2005

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Harvard Medical School's major teaching hospitals are considering adopting a sweeping disclosure policy that would establish detailed procedures for physicians to openly acknowledge medical errors and other bad results to their patients, and provide for training in apologizing. (Full article: 1134 words)

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