Tuesday, March 18, 2008

CPSI launches first-ever Canadian Disclosure Guidelines

Guidelines aim to cut medical errors

Another view?

Not right to remain silent about errors, medical guidelines say

This would be an extraordinary, dramatic change from the apparent current practice of cover up with detailed all encompassing meaningless explanations. One can expect the word "appropriate" to be used liberally in a "double entendre" fashion, in an attempt to confound the gullible. Here's an example!?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Wherever you see the word "disclosure" it means there must be things to disclose. It also means these things have been going on for a long, long time making it someone's job to get into the disclosure business i.e. CPSI.

Most of all, it means no disclosure will be done. It means certain events will be chosen for disclosure and to justify the CPSI's existence.

The truth of the matter is that this will change nothing. It will make things worse. The idea of disclosure will lull the public into thinking the government is looking after them (again) and they won't look after themselves.

The medical system will never be safe until doctors are less arrogant, nurses are less dumb, and patients are less complacent.

It's best to watch what you eat, walk more, drive less, and refrain from bringing kids into the world who will have to deal with the garbage out there.

The time has come to bring back self-reliance. Don't listen to the opportunists out there telling you you're crazy or uncool if you think for yourself. It's the way it's supposed to be!

All this talk about changes from the CPSI is utter nonsense. These people are enjoying a huge grant and making it look like they are doing something is their main goal. The government has instructed them to change nothing. The infrastructure cannot take change. Changing nothing is the way to get grants.

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