SPOTLIGHT: Critics questioning premise of 'To Err Is Human' report

If any body of healthcare analysis can be considered classic, it's "To Err Is Human: Building a Safer Health System," a landmark report released by the Institute of Medicine 10 years ago. In the report, authors contended that systems, rather than individuals, were to blame for clinical mistakes. Now, however, critics are beginning to challenge that premise. Article

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