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Maintain open communication with patients when medical errors occur
Transparency involves open and honest communication in an effort to be accountable. In healthcare, transparency can strengthen patients’ trust in their care providers. Additionally, being transparent when medical errors occur can ultimately contribute to overall care quality and safety.
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