Dr. Ira Williams Explains How to Find The Black Box in Healthcare and Why the Great Need to Do So

Dr. Williams, author of Find The Black Box, and a patient safety expert, in his continuing series of Open Letters (http://is.gd/wdU2CM) on what is really wrong with healthcare uses two simple diagrams to illustrate how, and why, each state should be forced to find their healthcare black box containing the practice of medicine regulatory mechanism.

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“MADD is the role model for any state to find their medical regulatory black box.”

Greenville, SC (PRWEB) February 25, 2014

Dr. Williams explains how “Any state searching for the healthcare black box will expose the fundamental flaws throughout their state’s healthcare delivery system, and how Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) (http://is.gd/aUIgZV) provides the key for that search, and how each state’s healthcare black box will demonstrate why a non-system is incapable of providing the most significant ingredient that has always been missing in healthcare, patient care accountability within that “system”, and not in civil courts.”

Sully Sullenberger, Hero on the Hudson, was quoted last year that the estimate of needless hospital deaths annually is, “the equivalent of 20 jetliners crashing per week,” (http://is.gd/26uxXj). Dr. Williams says, “Yet no state healthcare system can provide more precise figures for their state’s contribution to that healthcare carnage, or find their state’s healthcare regulatory mechanism that was presumably created to deal with such tragedies.” Dr. Williams provides each state with a proven role model for doing just that.         

“Sooner or later, someone should be forced to do the math regarding the constantly increasing estimates of needless hospital deaths annually during the past two decades.”

Dr. Williams goes on to point out, “Literally an army of quality of healthcare experts have been promising to reverse that deadly trend while unable to demonstrate evidence of significant improvement throughout that system, and also while either ignoring or failing to recognize each state’s responsibility to create, and maintain a functional healthcare delivery system.”

Dr. Williams says, “Find the medical regulatory black box in any state and then see how rapidly all of the efforts to improve the quality of healthcare and patient safety will be re-directed, and more patients’ lives will be saved!”


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