Describes the death of a cancer patient in one of the nation’s leading cancer treatment centers and examines the organizational and process characteristics that may have contributed to medical errors.

Describes the death of a cancer patient in one of the nation’s leading cancer treatment centers and examines the organizational and process characteristics that may have contributed to medical errors.
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Richard Boehmer,
Ann Winslow
Source: Harvard Business School
17 pages.
Release Date: 18, March 1999. Prod #: 699025-PDF-ENG
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute HBR case solution