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  • Category: Medical Negligence

    When Doctors Make Deadly Mistakes

    Medical Mistakes are the third leading cause of fatalities in the United States, but still health-care workers and the medical field at large are often resistant to talking openly about how and why they happen. Reader’s Digest conducted interviews with pharmacists, nurses, and doctors as part of a story focusing on the numerous improvements that[…]

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    Podcast Series Called “Dr. Death” Shines Spotlight on Problems with Tort Reform

    Sometimes a story is so horrifying that the details are hard to believe – like the story of Christopher Duntsch. The former Texas neurosurgeon is currently serving life in prison, and a new podcast titled “Dr. DEATH” (released by Wondery) tells not only the story of Duntsch’s thirty-three victims, but also investigates the medical system[…]

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    Pennsylvania Hospitals: Patients at Risk

    Medical malpractice is a serious issue and there was a recent study done about medical safety; The results are shocking: 1 out of 3 nurses employed in various Pennsylvania hospitals rated patient safety levels at their workplaces as “unfavorable” – and more than half said they would “definitely not recommend” that others seek medical treatment[…]

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    Medical Errors Remain a Leading Cause of Death in U.S.

    Anyone who does a quick Google search of the phrase “medical errors” will see that there is nothing uncommon about patients who suffer permanent or deadly injuries that result from negligent medical care. Just two years ago, Johns Hopkins University conducted an in-depth study that revealed medical errors as the third-leading cause of death in[…]

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    Health Alert: Stick to One Doctor

    According to a recent medical study, getting treatment from just one primary care doctor instead of several different ones can make – or break – the difference between life and death for patients. Not only can seeing one doctor improve a person’s chances for developing a trusting relationship with his or her physician, but also[…]

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