The University of Michigan medical system, Michigan Medicine, is a pioneer in reforming hospitals’ responses to patient harm. Read more about the “Michigan Model” and how it has impacted policies across the country. What Is the Michigan Model for Responding to Medical Malpractice? When patients are harmed during treatment, medical professionals are often reluctant to…
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