The death toll from healthcare screw ups add up to at least 500,000 Americans annually. That is the equivalent of more than 3 jumbo jets crashing every day of the year. Because these individuals are dying at home, in hospitals, or in nursing homes, no one is counting the bodies. There is no outrage; no plan to change a system that allows too many to die unnecessarily. The medical profession seems largely immune to the consequences of its errors.