As I have observed before, we in the United States pay the most for health care yet we rank well down ..
As I have often said, most doctors are caring professionals who would not dream of being disrespectful ..
From time to time over the years, John and I have written about the necessary elements of a viable medical ..
In this blog, I often write about patients who have been injured as the result of malpractice at the hands ..
“Third world medicine” is how a local doctor described to me the quality of the care he is routinely ..
Here is an article that I wrote as a Medicaid news update, state-by-state, as seen on RACMonitor. The latest ..
We like to tell ourselves that we value life. When a tragedy occurs, we often search for solutions ..
They say that lightning never strikes the same place twice, but tell that to my colleague Bill. Bill ..
When a patient in a hospital has been the victim of medical malpractice, many people often know about ..
One of the favorite defenses in the Medical Malpractice Defense Playbook is to blame the patient. I see it in almost ..
The term “Never Event” was created in the early 2000’s to denote an event that should ..
You may have heard about outrage over the recent report of a Kenyan physician performing brain surgery ..
From time to time people ask me what is the most common form of medical malpractice I see. I usually ..
You don’t need me to tell you we have an opioid crisis in this country. Men and women of all ages, ..
It’s hard to keep patients safe when the fox is in the chicken coop. That’s what happens ..
Where do you go when you need to see a doctor? For many Americans, the answer is no longer “to ..
What in the world is administrative law???? If you are a Medicare or Medicaid provider, you better know! ..
There were approximately 165,000 new prostate cancers diagnosed last year in the United States. During ..