Surgeon’s Wall Street Journal Article Discusses How Greater Transparency in Health Care Can Make Americans Safer

Review of: “How to Stop Hospitals From Killing Us: Medical errors kill enough people to fill four jumbo jets a week. A surgeon with five simple ways to make health care safer

Medical mistakes kill and injure many thousands each year.  A culture of silence exists in the medical community, and multi-billion dollar corporate health care entities try every year at every level of government to escape accountability with various kinds of tort reform – seeking to strip the rights of innocent victims, but also to expand the power of an already-overreaching government and take away our powers to govern ourselves as our founders intended.

En esto Wall Street Journal article, How to Stop Hospitals From Killing Us: Medical errors kill enough people to fill four jumbo jets a week. A surgeon with five simple ways to make health care safer,” Marty Makary, a surgeon at Johns Hopkins Hospital and a developer of the surgical checklists adopted by the World Health Organization, and the author of “Unaccountable: What Hospitals Won’t Tell You and How Transparency Can Revolutionize Health Care,” published this month by Bloomsbury Press, discusses the frightening and hidden dangers of health care in 21S t century America, and how greater transparency can help deliver better quality care and keep Americans safe.

Read the full article: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10000872396390444620104578008263334441352.html?mod=WSJ_hpp_RIGHTTopListofHeadlines.