Long before Curt Olson et al. published what I have called the landmark “serendipity in healthcare improvement” paper (“Knowledge systems, health care teams, and clinical practice: a study of successful change,” PDF download), I was interested in how clinicians address what they don’t know they don’t know and how change happens in healthcare when teams know only one way to get things done. This is, in many ways, a classic tale of understanding ...

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