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Category: Medical Malpractice

‘Big Data’ Dawns on Health-Care Industry

08/4/2014
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Technological Innovations Result in Real-Time Medical Records That Engage Patients, Aid Doctors A new breed of patients are becoming intrinsically engaged, active participants in their health care thanks to a series of technological innovations aimed at enhancing medical research. Among the technological innovations: monitoring devices. Wearable computerized gadgets can track […]

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Florida Legislators Lobby for Doctors?

07/3/2013
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I want you to give me access to your entire medical history, gather information from your doctors’ files and allow me to meet with all your doctors – maybe all the doctors you have seen for the last (7) to 10 years —  to discuss your health information. And, I […]

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As Hospital Complications Increase — So Do Profits

04/29/2013
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In the United States most hospitals operate for profit so it’s a bit disturbing when a report says that complications actually work to increase the profits of a hospital. In other words, as complications increase, profits increase. Not that anyone is intentionally increasing the complication rate, but the Boston Consulting […]

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Myths: Tort Reform, Runaway Juries and Frivolous Lawsuits

01/31/2013
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Who first uttered the words “tort reform” in the context of medical malpractice lawsuits? It had to have been an ingenious insurance executive who has long since retired after being richly rewarded by the insurance industry. Why? Because when it comes to “tort reform” there is a single winner: the […]

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