Another Volley In The Alcohol Is Good/Bad For You War.
There is an old adage, often attributed to Benjamin Franklin, that beer is proof God loves us and want us to be happy. To the extent that old Ben offered an opinion on this issue, he was probably talking about … Read More
Virginia OB/GYN, Who Routinely Performed Unnecessary Surgeries, Gets Prison Time
There are predators in the medical profession. The profession is unable or unwilling to root them out. The doctor I writing about today was proven to have preyed on vulnerable women in Southern Virginia for at least ten years between … Read More
Posted in Arizona Medical Board, Cancer, disclosure of medical mistakes, Doctors, Fraud, Health Care Costs, Health Insurers, Lawsuits, medical ethics, Medical Malpractice, medical malpractice cases, medical malpractice lawyers, medical mistakes, Medicare, never events, plaintiff, Secrecy, Surgical Errors, tort reform
Capitalism Can Be Bad For Your Health
Capitalism has done wonders for the world in terms of raising the standard of living for so many people. Of course, like everything else in this world, capitalism is not an unbridled blessing. It has its dark side. When it … Read More
Doctor Conflicts of Interest Are Getting Worse.
“Under no circumstances may physicians place their own financial interests above the welfare of their patients.” American Medical Association Code of Medical Ethics Opinion 11.2.2. Doctors rightly occupy a privileged position in our society. We entrust them with our bodies, … Read More
Posted in Doctors, drug companies, Fee for Service, Health Care Costs, Health Insurers, Hip Replacement, Hospitals, joint replacement, Medical Costs, Medical Devices, medical ethics, Medicare, Plastic Surgery, PODS, Prostate Cancer, Secrecy
Choosing A Lawyer.
I recently spoke to a gentleman, who lives here in Arizona, Let’s call him, Bob. Bob had been involved in an accident in another state. The accident was the fault of the other driver. The tow truck driver, who removed … Read More