Compares three approaches to spurring hospitals to improve patient safety and argues that public reporting of performance and feedback to providers is more effective than regulation and accreditation or financial incentives.
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Title: Transparency and Public Reporting Are Essential for a Safe Health Care System
Publication date 2010-03-16
Publication Year 2010
Lucian L. Leape
North America / United States
, safe practices
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