Baby's case shows how RRT works

September 2008
Healthcare Risk Management;Sep2008, Vol. 30 Issue 9, p102
The article focuses on an example on how a rapid response team (RRT) works as related by David Kinsaul, chief executive officer (CEO) of Dayton Children's Medical Center and chairman of Ohio Children's Hospital Association.


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