When a doctor is a patient: experiencing a medical error

From Judith Graham’s healthcare blog at the Chicago Tribune: “Doctors often describe a sense of shock when they experience the medical system from a patient’s perspective. A gripping account of this phenomenon comes from Janice M. Scully, a Virginia internist who related a life-changing episode recently in the journal Medical Economics.”

Gripping indeed. (Check out the comments, too.)

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