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Preventable Medical Harm: Enduring Scourge in the Medical Industry
Preventable Medical Harm: Enduring Scourge in the Medical Industry

Doctors and hospital administrators in Missouri and nationally understandably have an obsession with getting things rights and avoiding errors, given the clear and singular downside associated with mistakes in the medical profession. Although it is certainly true that errors ...

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Blog posts in March, 2015

  • Are Changes Upcoming for Missouri Medical Malpractice Law?

    The Missouri House of Representatives is scheduled to vote soon on a legislative bill that passed easily through the state’s Senate last week. The ...

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  • Take This to Heart, Part 2: Study Findings Re Coronary Testing

    The adage “too much is not a good thing” routinely plays out in many areas of life. The medical industry is certainly no exception. Take diagnostic ...

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  • Take This to Heart: Study Questions Routine Coronary Screenings

    One of the things that likely strikes many visitors to hospitals and medical clinics as being predominantly impressive is the high-tech capability ...

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  • Some Sobering Concerns for DOD's Electronic Patient Records Plan

    As a recent commentary from a national news outlet notes, it shouldn’t be remotely surprising that, when it comes to the implementation of electronic ...

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  • First U.S.-Based Ebola Victim, a Nurse, Files Negligence Lawsuit

    Nina Pham says that she didn’t want to commence litigation against the parent company of the hospital that still employs her; rather, she says that ...

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  • Topical Concern: Tardy FDA Response to Deadly Bacteria?

    The sad saga regarding contaminated endoscopes goes on. We last left off with this high-profile and nationally important health-related story in our ...

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