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CASE 4 Assignment
Researchers at Johns Hopkins University (Makary & Daniel, 2016) found that at the time of their study, medical errors accounted for the third leading cause of death in the United States. Medication errors are included in this.
Capazzola, D. D. (2016). Medication mix-up leaves 51-year-old patient with permanent brain damage after heart surgery. Healthcare Risk Management, 38(1). Retrieved from the Trident Online Library.
Read the article above by Capazzola. After reviewing this and other background readings, and doing independent research, address the following:
1.  What are the details of the case described by Capazzola?
2.  What was the decision of liability made by the court?
3.  While the article does not state the specific legal grounds for decision, why do you think that the hospital was found partially liable? Be sure to specifically discuss forms of organizational liability reviewed in the textbook.
4.  What safeguards could be put in place to reduce the risk of future error, and thus hospital liability?
4 PAGES REQUIRED/ 3 PEER REVIEWED REFERENCES REQUIRED/ APA FORMAT
READINGS:
Capazzola, D. D. (2016). Medication mix-up leaves 51-year-old patient with permanent brain damage after heart surgery. Healthcare Risk Management, 38(1). Retrieved from the Trident Online Library.
Emily Bryne v. Avery Center for Obstetrics and Gynecology, P.C. (SC 19873) (2018). Retrieved from https://jud.ct.gov/external/supapp/Cases/AROcr/CR327/327CR110.pdf
Garruba, T. (2014). 5 ways health data breaches are far worse than financial ones. Healthcare IT News. Retrieved from https://www.healthcareitnews.com/news/5-ways-health-data-breaches-are-far-worse-financial-ones
HHS Office for Civil Rights. (2013). Summary of the HIPAA Security Rule. Retrieved from https://www.hhs.gov/hipaa/for-professionals/security/laws-regulations/index.html
Harris, D. M. (2014). Protecting the privacy of medical information. In Contemporary Issues in Healthcare Law & Ethics (pp. 97-123). Chicago, IL: Health Administration Press. Retrieved from the Trident Online Library.
Showalter, J. S. (2017). Liability of the healthcare organization. In The Law of Healthcare Administration (pp. 217-238). Chicago, IL: Health Administration Press. Retrieved from Trident Online Library.
Snell, E. (2018). CT Supreme Court rules patients can sue over PHI disclosure. Health IT Security News. Retrieved from https://healthitsecurity.com/news/ct-supreme-court-rules-patients-can-sue-over-phi-disclosure
Tovino, S. A. (2016). Teaching the HIPAA Privacy Rule. Saint Louis University Law Journal, 61, 470-480 ONLY. Retrieved from https://scholars.law.unlv.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=2052&context=facpub