In the late 1990s, treatment-related deaths or complications were
the fifth leading cause of death for Americans. Spurred by the
crisis, a group of dedicated physicians like Paul Batalden and Don
Berwick made it their goal to study the concepts of quality
improvement used at Toyota and NASA, and to apply them to the
practice of medicine. This book tells their story, and how these
heretical ideas have blossomed into a movement, bringing the focus
back to where it should have always been: the patient.
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