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The relationship between safety culture and voluntary event reporting in a large regional ambulatory care group.

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Managing the patient identification crisis in healthcare and laboratory medicine.

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The CARE approach to reducing diagnostic errors.

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Bridging leadership roles in quality and patient safety: experience of 6 US academic medical centers.

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Implementing CQI Programs: A Roadmap to Quality Improvement.

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