Modern Healthcare has hosted three Facebook Live and pre-recorded video interviews featuring healthcare industry experts from the in-depth series "No One is Free From Harm."The series includes personal accounts from healthcare experts about their own and loved ones' experiences receiving care. Despite countless efforts to improve quality and safety in healthcare, the 10 featured narratives in the series reflect how much work remains.To view the Facebook Live and pre-recorded video discussions, scroll below or visit Modern Healthcare's Facebook page:
No One is Free From Harm: Video interviews with healthcare industry experts
- Facebook Live with Dr. Gregory Welch and Reporter Harris Meyer on Tuesday, April 3 at 11:30 a.m. CST
- Facebook Live with Harold Pollack and Managing Editor Matthew Weinstock on Wednesday, April 11 at 1:00 p.m. CST
- Pre-recorded video interview with Dr. Tejal Gandhi and Managing Editor Matthew Weinstock on Monday, April 16
Read their stories:- "When things go wrong—and the hospital and doctors won't acknowledge it": Dr. Gregory Welch's pregnant niece Jennifer was scheduled to go into a prestigious women's hospital for an induced delivery at 37 weeks. She asked him to be there when she delivered. Read the full story.- "Discovering the benefits and gaps in Medicaid coverage for a disable relative": Harold Pollack's mother-in-law, Janice, died suddenly in upstate New York at age 64. She had been taking care of his brother-in-law, Vincent, in her home for nearly 40 years. Vincent has fragile X syndrome, the most common heritable cause of intellectual disability. Read the full story.- "When no one is paying attention to designing systems for patient safety": Dr. Tejal Gandhi describes her mother's and father's recent experiences at two different community hospitals, which show that everyone needs to have an advocate to ask questions and jump on things if something doesn't look right. Read the full story.
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