After the infant’s death in 2000, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center made a number of changes, including daily group sessions to discuss care. This team, which was not involved in the reported case, met this month.

A baby's death prompts reforms in care

Rare article recounts errors and response

By Liz Kowalczyk
Globe Staff / August 17, 2005

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The couple arrived at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center at midnight to deliver their first baby. Her sister was with them, and the three happily snapped photographs to document the momentous event. ''We were at what I thought was the best possible hospital," the woman recounted. (Full article: 1377 words)

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