Doctor Saved Michigan $100 Million Dr. Peter Pronovost saved the state more than $100 million and 1500 lives by teaching doctors and nurses to use checklists for intensive care unit procedures. We talk with Dr. Provonost, as well as Atul Gawande, who wrote about the success of the strategy.
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Doctor Saved Michigan $100 Million

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Doctor Saved Michigan $100 Million

Doctor Saved Michigan $100 Million

Doctor Saved Michigan $100 Million

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Dr. Peter Pronovost saved the state more than $100 million and 1500 lives over an 18-month period by teaching doctors and nurses to use checklists for intensive care unit procedures. Andrea Seabrook talks to Dr. Provonost, as well as Atul Gawande, a surgeon who wrote about the success of the checklist in The New Yorker magazine.