Study: Flawed handoffs lead to errors

Boston Globe, September 25, 2008
More than half of medical and surgical residents interviewed during a recent Massachusetts General Hospital study said they knew of at least one time in the last month of their rotations where a patient handoff was flawed. One in nine of these residents said the flawed handoff led to significant harm for a patient.

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