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10 Ways Lack of Communication is Ruining Healthcare

  • May 2, 2017

CRICO Strategies data demonstrate the risks and vulnerabilities associated with communication failures among health care providers.

Looking at ways in which ineffective or nonexistent communication poses risks in health care, this article cites data from the CRICO Strategies CBS Report, Medical Malpractice Risks of Communication Failures, to demonstrate the risks of provider-to-provider communication failures.


Citation for the Full-text Article

Fisher N. 10 ways lack of communication is ruining healthcare. Forbes. May 2, 2017.