Mental Health Care in the National Health Service in England has always existed in the shadow of physical ..
By Evan Selinger and Arthur Caplan Perhaps you’ve seen the debate? A physician used video chat technology ..
By Adrian Gropper Imagine solving wicked problems of patient matching, consent, and a patient-centered ..
Much ado has been made about Amazon’s new hit, “Homecoming,” which recently received three ..
There are a number of medical mistakes that involve mistaken identity. There are wrong site surgeries ..
Off-label use is the use of a medication or a medical device for a purpose other than the purpose the Food ..
In 2013, Kim Kardashian entered Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. During her hospitalization, ..
Big data continues to reshape health. For patient privacy, however, the exponential increase in the amount ..
I have written in the past about power morcellators and the harm they have caused patients. I have ..
By John Tingle NHS Improvement has just published a report on Surgical ‘Never Events’.The report ..
We spent yesterday in New York City, helping the Drug and Device Law Rock Climber (now the “Drug and Device ..
The English Court of Appeal in a June 2018 judgment confirmed the principles relating to informed consent ..
By John Tingle Tragic stories of mental health care failings leading to injury and in some cases death ..
By John Tingle One thing that strikes the UK visitor to the USA is the vast array of large public and private ..
By John Tingle Failings in National Health Service (NHS) care for patients with mental health problems ..