The Business of Medicine Marches On.
I wish I could stop talking about money but that is what drives the health care business in the United States and it affects every aspect of your health care. Annual spending on health care ($3.2 trillion) constitutes almost 20% … Read More
Alternative Facts Drive House Malpractice Bill
The justifications put forward by the House Republicans to justify their attack on the rights of patients injured by medical malpractice are based, as they must be, on lies and misinformation. How else to get such a blatant attack past … Read More
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Kudos Time Again.
Every day I receive calls from patients who believe they have been the victims of malpractice and who would like me to bring a case on their behalf. Many times I agree that they have been the victim of malpractice … Read More
More On The House Malpractice Bill
House Bill 1215 places the thumb of Congress squarely on one side of the scales of justice and, unsurprisingly, it is not the side of the patient. Last week I wrote about the caps on damages found in the medical … Read More
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