Suppose the national average for medication error is one out of every 1000 patients. A hospital believes that their medication error rate is comparable to the national average. If the hospital randomly selects 500 patients,
a. Find the expected number of patients in the sample that will have had a medication error.
b. What is
P sues D in negligence. At trial, it is determined that P's negligence was 40% responsible for P's injury, and D's negligence was 60% responsible. P's losses total $10,000. Under a pure comparative negligence system, P will recover:
a) Nothing. b) $4000. c) $6000. d) $10,000.
Please help me with these questions, From a Doctors point of view:
Evaluate why prescribing, control, and administration of medications is a major area of legal concern for health care providers.
What is the impact of medicationerrors to the patient and the health care provider?
Discuss ways doctors make mistakes in