"For commercial aviation to take the same toll in the United States
as medical errors do, a sold-out 747 would have to crash every three
days, killing everyone on board."
Kathryn Schultz, Being Wrong, 2010. HarperCollins, p 300 citing
"Observing more senior physicians." Nancy Berlinger, After Harm:
Medical Error and the Ethics of Forgiveness (The John Hopkins
University Press, 2005), 41
IOM notes that medical mistakes cost the US between $17 and $29
"People Who experience mood swings, fear, voices and visions"