Patient Safety Expert Offers A Solution To Reduce The Number Of Needless Hospital Deaths

Twice as many patients are needlessly dying in our nation’s hospitals now than were estimated to be needlessly dying over twenty years ago. Dr. Ira Williams announces a series of presentations entitled “Find The Black Box – Establish Patient Care Accountability”.

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Greenville, SC (PRWEB) October 10, 2013

"There are 200,000 preventable deaths each year in the US healthcare system, like having 20 Boeing 747 airliners going down each week," (http://sites.mediaplanet.com/patient-safety/) according to Sully Sullenberger. An enormous army of quality of health care experts has been seeking methods for patient safety improvements for over two decades. Yet the current estimate of needless hospital deaths remains a deep stain on the patient safety record of the greatest health care system in the world.

Find The Black Box describes why efforts to improve the quality of health care and patient safety have thus far failed to create discernible improvement, and identifies the fundamentals of all medical care that have been unrecognized. Dr. Williams’ solution to this deadly problem is the only solution that incorporates recognition of each state’s responsibility for their portion of the health care delivery system.

All medical care is local and states license doctors. Those are the two fundamentals of all medical care that thus far have been unrecognized by the quality of health care experts. Dr. Williams offers a logical and doable process that will allow state leaders to provide a health care delivery system capable of disseminating patient safety improvements and patient care accountability throughout that system.

Find The Black Box (http://is.gd/UK4Uk0) offers a solution that reaches down to the doctor/patient level, including surgery centers, and Dr. Williams’ presentations can be tailored to a wide array of audiences and organizations, for example:

Federal and state legislators, and affiliated groups
Federal and state health care agencies
Medical organizations and associations
Health care foundations and think tanks
Patient safety activist organizations
Public health care support groups and organizations

Dr. Williams can describe how the practice of medicine is the least regulated economic activity in America, and how patient care accountability can become an integral part of a reorganized health care delivery system.


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