When Will Congress Protect The American People?
If you needed any further proof of the corrosive effect of unlimited corporate money in politics, look no further than the scandalous profits being made by the big drug companies. Drug companies are rolling in profits. They make these profits … Read More
Medical Malpractice Victims in Canada Face Many of the Same Problems You Do.
As any observer of medical malpractice in the United States knows, there is a lot of malpractice out there but few of the victims make a claim and fewer still make a financial recovery. Turns out things aren’t much better … Read More
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Does Telemedicine Increase Malpractice?
Telemedicine allows consumers to use their smartphones or tablets to consult with a health care provider remotely and to get treatment and advice. All you have to do is to google telemedicine and you will find many providers offering you … Read More
How the U.S. Health System Puts Diabetics in Danger
“How the U.S. health-care system puts people with diabetes in danger” is the title of an article which appeared today in the Washington Post. The author is an ICU physician who sees and treats diabetics when they become critically ill … Read More
The Bad Doctor Problem.
What happens to bad doctors? By bad doctor I mean those who malpractice over and over. Turns out that a lot of them are still out there malpracticing. A recent article in the prestigious New England Journal of Medicine looked … Read More
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