Wrong-site surgery prompts hospital review

July 2009
Healthcare Risk Management;Jul2009, Vol. 31 Issue 7, p81
The article reports on the consent of officials to perform an extensive examination on the safety procedures in the surgery department at Rhode Island Hospital in Providence, Rhode Island.


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