Schulte, Margaret F.
June 2010
Frontiers of Health Services Management;Summer2010, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p1
The author reflects on the hospital care given to her friend who had a stroke and was in coma for several months in the U.S. She criticizes the negligence of medical personnel including nurses, aides, technicians and doctors who attended their patients. She mentions a case wherein unseen blood pooled beside the patient due to the negligence of a nurse. She also talks about patient-centered care that must be administered across medical establishments.


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