By: Admin On: August 27, 2012 In: medmal, Myths, News, tortreform Comments: 0

New York Times August 23, 2012 In a new posting on their health and wellness blog, the New York Times examines “The Widespread Problem of Doctor Burnout.”  This new articles comes out less than a month following a major new study about the problem of nurse burnouts. In the...

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By: Admin On: August 14, 2012 In: medmal, News, tortreform Comments: 0

Columbia Daily Tribune 1 hour payday loans no faxingquick easy payday loans bad creditguaranteed high risk personal loan August 12, 2012 In a new opinion piece, Brett Emison, a trial attorney in Missouri, lauds the state’s Supreme Court for striking down “arbitrary medical liability damages caps to ensure ‘the...

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By: Admin On: August 14, 2012 In: medmal, Myths, News, tortreform Comments: 0

Huffington Post fast cash fast August 13, 2012 In a new essay for The Huffington Post, Dr. Glenn D. Braunstein, Chairman of the Department of Medicine, Cedars-Sinai, writes about the minimal impact caps on damages would have on the costs of medical care, terming the issue a “distraction” from...

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By: Admin On: August 13, 2012 In: medmal, News, tortreform Comments: 0

Harrisburg Patriot-News August 8, 2012 Last week’s Patriot News contained yet another story about adults allegedly failing to do enough to protect children and hold abusers responsible. This time it was Carlisle Regional Medical Center and patient safety, which has been cited for failing to report three cases of...

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By: Admin On: August 06, 2012 In: medmal, News, tortreform Comments: 0

Philadelphia Inquirer July 31, 2012 We’ve all seen television shows and movies that detail the rigors of working in a hospital: long hours, intense situations and extreme stress. Whether played for comic effect or dramatic impact, it’s clear that the professionals who provide care, particularly emergency room care, carry...

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