Errors test openness at Beth Israel Deaconess
For the past year, Paul Levy, president of Boston-based Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, has more than ever before staked his reputation on transparency, particularly about medical errors inside the teaching hospital. The stance has won him praise in some quarters and, in recent months, has sorely tested him as well.
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