Medical Errors, Water Infrastructure and Cavs Playoffs

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Cancer and heart disease are the leading causes of death in this country. The third, according to researchers, isn't even an an option on death certificates: medical error. On The Sound of Ideas, we'll examine the research and discuss the push for doctors to report errors in order to prevent them in the future. Plus, a look at the state of water infrastructure in Northeast Ohio. And is this the Cavs' year? An NBA  playoff progress report.

Guests: 

-Michael Daniel, Co-author of Johns Hopkins study on Medical Errors, 4th-year Med Student at Johns Hopkins University
-Dr. Aaron Hamilton, Medical Director of Patient Safety and Clinical Risk, Cleveland Clinic
-Greg Diloreto, Chair, American Society of Civil Engineers 2017 Report Card for America's Infrastructure
-Bryan Stubbs, Executive Director, Cleveland Water Alliance
-Bill Livingston, Sports Columnist, The Plain Dealer

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