More Hospital Hide The Ball.
After years of fighting the proposal, hospitals in the United States were finally required to disclose their prices for the various services they provide. The battle was long, hard and expensive. Unsurprisingly, many hospitals and hospital chains are still in … Read More
Hospitals Continue to Hide the Ball.
As anyone who observes our health care delivery system in action knows, hospitals are hotbeds of medical errors. It is not all their fault but it is a fact. There are so many people participating in patient care. There are … Read More
Posted in disclosure of medical mistakes, Fraud, Hospital Negligence, Hospitals, Lawsuits, medical errors, medical ethics, Medical Malpractice, medical mistakes, Medical Negligence, Medicare, Nurses, plaintiff, Secrecy
Tort Reform Fails to Deliver.
A recurring theme in American political life is the insistence that consumers are the victims of rapacious medical malpractice lawyers, who sue at the drop of a hat and whose actions raise health care costs for all of the rest … Read More
Posted in Defensive Medicine, Doctors, Fraud, Health Care Costs, Health Insurers, Hospital Negligence, Hospitals, Lawsuits, Malpractice caps, Malpractice costs, Medical Costs, medical errors, medical ethics, Medical Malpractice, medical malpractice cases, medical malpractice damages caps, Medical Negligence, tort reform
Nurses Have It Rough.
Nurses are critically important health care workers. They do most of the work of providing health care but get little of the rewards. They work long and often inconvenient hours for not a lot of pay. They are exposed to … Read More
What Are Statutes of Limitation?
It seems like every week or so we get a call from a potential client who reports that she was the victim of medical malpractice. When we begin to ask for more details, it turns out the malpractice occurred more … Read More