Mandatory Rules For Reporting Medical Errors, Adverse Events, Near Misses And Device Failures

By: Michael A. Morse 

Michael A. Morse authored “Mandatory Rules for Reporting Medical Errors, Adverse Events, Near Misses and Device Failures,” which was published in HCCA Compliance Today, Vol. 9, No. 12.

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