Utah hospitals report 27 fatal mistakes
The Salt Lake Tribune reports that last year Utah hospitals committed serious medical errors an average of once every six days. There were 57 "never events" reported, 27 of which resulted in deaths. The state now tracks such incidents after a 2001 study by the Institute of Medicine.
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