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Medical Malpractice Occurs More Frequently in the Afternoon
Medical Malpractice Occurs More Frequently in the Afternoon

A recent study revealed a frightening statistic – that doctors tend to make more mistakes in the afternoon. Thus, in order to receive the best care, you should schedule your appointments early in the day, while your doctor is fresh. An observer noted that due to our natural ...

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Blog posts in Medical Malpractice

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    Legal news reports that a northern California hospital has agreed to a $3.8 million medical malpractice settlement. According to reports, the medical ...

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    California news reports that a woman is suing a University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) physician and medical team, along with the Board of ...

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  • Improved Hospital Employee Satisfaction Improves Patient Safety

    A new study shows that improved staff communication and engagement may lead to improved safety and reduce the incidence of medical malpractice. ...

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    A recently filed lawsuit asserts that a prescription error led to the death of a California man. Various different types of prescription errors may ...

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  • Lack of consent may constitute medical malpractice

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  • Increased use of electronic record keeping linked to medical errors

    As preventable medical errors continue to be one of the leading causes of death in the United States, patient advocates explore ways to improve safety ...

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