You’ve got to know the extent of the problem before you can fix it.
That is true in virtually every arena where problematic issues arise that urgently demand remedies, including the medical industry.
Especially the medical industry, where a mistake can bring consequences far more dire than a missed schedule, a botched corporate opportunity, a few wasted dollars or a manufacturing process that needs to be broken down and reconfigured.
Errors in the medical field take lives. That is, they can kill patients, and frequently do.