Some patients who have been harmed during medical procedures are opting not to sue, but to talk with the medical team responsible for the harm. Health care professionals are being trained to apologize when things go wrong. Who benefits from a doctor’s mea culpa?
- Dr. Lucian Leape, one of the leading experts on medical error and professor at the Harvard School of Public Health
- Andrew Meyer, One of the state's leading malpractice lawyers and parter at Lubin & Meyer
- Linda Kenney, president of Medically Induced Trauma Support Services
- Paul Levy, CEO at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and author of the blog Running a Hospital