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Errors test openness at Beth Israel Deaconess

Disclosures will benefit hospital, president insists

Paul Levy heads Beth Israel Deaconness, where Karen Vasques (above) died in childbirth. Paul Levy heads Beth Israel Deaconness, where Karen Vasques (above) died in childbirth.
By Patricia Wen
Globe Staff / October 27, 2008

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For the past year, Paul Levy, president of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, has more than ever before staked his reputation on "transparency," particularly about medical errors inside his Harvard teaching hospital. (Full article: 1128 words)

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