Medical Error Database

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Medical Error Database

A national patient safety database, created by US Legislative Act S 544, which collects voluntary reports concerning medical errors. The legislation establishes patient safety organisations which will identify trends and formulate strategies for reducing future errors.
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unihamburg.de/), and Computerized Mensural Music Editing (http://www.cmme.org/) have partnered or will partner with DIAMM, creating a super-database of early music metadata.
Jacqui Smith, the Home Secretary, has been handed a thankless task in attempting to lobby support for the introduction of a super-database of all telephone calls, emails and internet use, which she insists is necessary in order to provide police with the information they need to apprehend the worst criminals.
Matters become more sinister the next morning when Michael attends a meeting with a company called Inquirendo, who offer to back Stephen's research as long as he endorses their new super-database, that will essentially give the powers-that-be complete control over checking potential terror suspects.
LAST YEAR: The government unveiled plans for a huge Whitehall "super-database" of people's personal details.
WHY all the worry about the proposed Whitehall "super-database"?
Tony Blair will unveil controversial plans today for a huge Whitehall "super-database" to make public services more efficient.
A huge Whitehall 'super-database' of people's personal details would make government work better and improve public services, Work and Pensions Secretary John Hutton said yesterday.
MINISTERS were yesterday accused of trying to snoop on us by setting up a super-database of all personal information held by government.
Tony Blair yesterday rejected claims that the Government wanted to create a Big Brother-style "super-database" following criticism from civil liberties groups.
CIVIL rights campaigners have hit out at Government plans to create a super-database of information on UK citizens.
Tony Blair will today unveil plans for a super-database of all personal information held by government, with Whitehall departments allowed to share data.