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Avoid Lawsuits by Allowing Whistleblowers to Voice Concerns Internally
Health Leaders Media

No CEO wants to see his hospital’s name splashed across newspaper headlines because of a high-profile court case. One of the ways to avoid court cases is to allow employees to voice their concerns, through a regulated, internal process designed to protect both the hospital and whistleblower. Strengthening internal whistleblower policies is a good way for hospitals to identify and correct mistakes, and to retain valuable employees who see areas for improvement in the current processes. In fact, some hospitals expect their employees to blow the whistle.