The media debate about Ebola is subtly shifting from how to stop the spread of this horrific disease to finger pointing. How do we stop the blame game?

A recent analysis & opinion column (Reuters.com), “Why Finger Pointing about Ebola Makes Americans Less Safe,” suggests:

With Ebola, root cause analysis is going to be key to avoid mistakes in the future, but this will require a culture where it is safe to admit to errors.

Read the opinion here:

http://blogs.reuters.com/great-debate/2014/10/27/why-finger-pointing-about-ebola-makes-americans-less-safe/

And let us know what you think by commenting below. How can the healthcare community create a culture where workers are not afraid to self-report mistakes? Do you think root cause analysis is key to stopping Ebola?