Transparency on medical errors improves, but could be better, say experts

Canada needs to do a better job of scaling up the centres of excellence in medicine that the country has already developed, says Bill Tholl, president and CEO of HealthCareCAN.

Some say there is room for improvement in the investigation of medical errors and others warn that if institutions have to meet goals on a scorecard, it could be misleading.The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

By Denis Calnan

PUBLISHED :Friday, April 17, 2015 8:48 PM

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