Nov 29 2014

Changing The Way The Medical Industry Processes Medical Errors

Patients who become victims of medical malpractice rarely receive an acknowledgement of the mistake, or an apology, according to a new study by Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Apparently, only 9% of the patients who participated in the study said that the medical provider/facility voluntarily disclosed the mistake. When harm was disclosed, it was […]

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Nov 20 2014

How California Works To Not Improve Patient Safety

They say you should learn from your mistakes, and they are right. That’s how growth and development happen. But it is hard, and usually impossible, to learn from your mistakes if you don’t know what they are. ┬áSo when hospitals fail to report medical errors, or lump all of them together into the nebulous category […]

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May 4 2014

What New York’s Business Community Doesn’t Want You To Know About The Scaffold Law

New York’s Scaffold Law, Labor Law Section 240 and its related statutes, is a hot-button issue again, pitting those needing compensation for often life-changing injuries against the so-called tort reformers, who believe the laws are too favorable to victims of construction site negligence. Here is a voice that expresses a view “from the trenches,” and […]

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