What Medicine Could Teach Our Flawed Justice System

Dana-Farber recognized that safety should be a core property of its system of care. It made transparency a central goal and, most importantly, it recognized that safety work is never finished; that nothing is permanently “fixed” and that continuous work on quality improvement is the only route to true safety.

This thinking is incubating in criminal justice. One thing currently missing: a state or local system-oriented center for carrying out the all-stakeholders work of producing criminal justice safety.

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What Medicine Could Teach Our Flawed Justice System

Dana-Farber recognized that safety should be a core property of its system of care. It made transparency a central goal and, most importantly, it recognized that safety work is never finished; that nothing is permanently “fixed” and that continuous work on quality improvement is the only route to true safety.

This thinking is incubating in criminal justice. One thing currently missing: a state or local system-oriented center for carrying out the all-stakeholders work of producing criminal justice safety.

Read the full article here.

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