• Michael Filbin, MD
  • Yael Kushner-Heher, MD
  • William Lester, MD
  • Mark Reynolds, CRICO

Participants in “Research Day” in Boston at the offices of Harvard’s medical malpractice and patient safety company, CRICO, share their successes and lessons. The most recent cycle in what has been a multi-year, multi-million dollar commitment to patient safety research from CRICO recently closed to applicants. Research Day highlighted more than 17 past and current projects from the most recent two years, and allowed for the cross-fertilization of ideas and feedback across the system’s patient safety research community.

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Even in the safest healthcare setting, things can go wrong. For more than 40 years, CRICO has analyzed MPL cases from the Harvard medical community. Join our experts as they unpack what occurred and the lessons learned for safer patient care from the causes of these errors.


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