SEE THE FILM

WHERE IS IT PLAYING?

UPCOMING SCREENINGS

May 18 Illinois International Film Festival Aurora, IL

May 25 Memphis, TN Hosted by Memphis Business Group on Health and the Southern College of Optometry – RSVP

June 19 Cleveland Clinic, Patient Experience Summit Cleveland, OH

June 19 St. Michael’s Hospital Toronto, Canada

June 23 AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting Seattle, WA

July 12 Venue TBA Washington, DC

 

PREVIOUS SCREENINGS

University of California, Davis Sacramento, CA

Group Discussion: Debra Bakerjian and JoAnne Natale

University of Pennsylvania, Leonard Davis InstitutePhiladelphia, PA

Panel Discussion: Lee Fleisher, J. Sandford (Sandy) Schwartz, Regina Cunningham, Helen Burstin, Patrick J. Brennan

University of MiamiCoral Gables, FL

Panel Discussion: Donna Shalala, Mike Eisenberg, Matt Downe, Kailey Eisenberg

Cleveland International Film Festival – Cleveland, OH – Tower City Cinemas

Q&A Discussion: Mike Eisenberg, Matt Downe, Kailey Eisenberg, The Sheridan Family

Yale University, Boroff-Forman Lecture Series – New Haven, CT

Panel Discussion: Harlan Krumholz, Marna Borgstrom, Sally Roumanis, Mike Eisenberg

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, Dept. of Health Policy and Management – Boston, MA

Panel Discussion: Lucian Leape, Don Berwick, Maureen Bisognano, Linda Kenney

University of California, San FranciscoChicago, IL

Panel Discussion: Bob Wachter, Kiran Gupta, Audrey Lyndon, Mike Eisenberg

University of Chicago MedicineChicago, IL

Panel Discussion: Lauren Feld, Vineet Arora, Michael Millenson, Mike Eisenberg

Jefferson University, College of Population HealthPhiladelphia, PA

Panel Discussion: David Nash, Gretchen Diemer, Richard Webster, Mike Eisenberg

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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT THE FILM

“Medical errors claim an estimated 440,000 lives annually and leave vastly more disabled. We invest tens of billions to find cures for disease, but barely a fraction of that to find cures for this killer. This important documentary conveys just how big a mistake that is. It also shows how we can do better. For the problem isn’t bad clinicians. It’s the complexity that good clinicians have to deal with every day.”

Atul Gawande (Surgeon, Writer, Public Health Researcher)

“On the cutting edge for making changes in our healthcare system.”

Donna Shalala (Secretary of Health and Human Services, 1993-2001)

“This movie is a powerful assessment of the state of medical error and patient safety in the US: the problem, the history, the solutions, and the haunting human impact. Its story of hope, fear, and possibility demonstrates unambiguously why we must place a high priority on the work of agencies like AHRQ that work to keep patients safe.”

Helen Haskell (Founder of Mothers Against Medical Error)