Patient safety has been a priority in health care since Hippocrates admonished physicians to “first do no harm.” Even so,
the Institute of Medicine found in 2000 that approximately 98 000
patients die from preventable medical errors each year.1 Recent US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates project that 270 individuals die each day from hospital-acquired infections.2 Despite substantial efforts and investments, widespread and substantial improvement is not evident.
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