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  • Patient Care

    How Hospital Business Decisions Affect Patient Care and Outcomes

    With the rising costs of healthcare treatments and financial issues within healthcare systems, patients are rightfully concerned with the quality of care they’re receiving. In addition to a pandemic, increasing hospital bankruptcies, and overworked and traumatized medical staff, across the nation, more and more major cities are witnessing shifts in population and housing markets. As…

  • Fertility Clinic Malpractice

    Fertility Clinic Malpractice Lawyers

    Advances in medicine have revolutionized many couples’ and individuals’ ability to conceive a child. For those who struggle to become pregnant on their own or are physically unable to conceive or carry a child, fertility clinics have been a godsend. Fertility treatments assist couples or individuals with having a child using the medicine, technology, and/or…

  • Prescription Medication Error

    Why Prescription Medication Errors Are So Dangerous

    Prescription errors refer to mistakes in prescribing and dispensing medications. These errors are often referred to as preventable adverse drug events. Medication errors can occur virtually anywhere, including in a hospital, pharmacy, or nursing home. Medication errors are among the most common medical errors, harming at least 1.5 million people every year. Kids are at…

  • Surgical Malpractice Lawyers

    What You Need to Know About Surgical Malpractice

    October 12, 2021 by James McHugh, Jr.| Surgical Error

    Whether having minor surgery or a quadruple bypass, all surgical procedures should be considered potentially dangerous. Doctors have a duty to follow a certain standard of care when performing surgery on their patients. They should provide the type and level of care an ordinary, prudent health care professional with the same training and experience would…

  • Residential Care Facility Abuse

    Nursing Homes and Residential Care Facilities Fail to Protect Our Most Vulnerable

    When medical malpractice or abuse occurs, it normally happens because the abuser has some form of power over the abused, such as being an authority figure like a doctor or medical staff member. Unfortunately, abuse has become all too common in nursing homes and residential care facilities across the country. There are many types of…