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A new study published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings has determined that 146 common medical interventions are equivalent to doing nothing.

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A new study published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings has determined that 146 common medical interventions are equivalent to doing nothing.

Published in Spine

A new study published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings has determined that 146 common medical interventions are equivalent to doing nothing.

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Around 43 percent of physicians surveyed for a recent JAMA report said they order more tests if they don't know the patient well.

DoctorAfter analyzing physician density, malpractice coverage, insurance competition, medical board activity, insurance mix, income tax and cost of living from across the country, Medscape released the best and worst places to practice in the United States.
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Wednesday, 03 April 2013 14:04

The Doctors Company Partners With QuantiaMD

The Doctors Company, a malpractice insurer, and QuantiaMD, a social learning and collaboration platform for physicians, announced a partnership to give physicians more opportunities to collaborate on patient safety and medical malpractice issues and access information from industry experts.
This article was written by By Michael J. Sacopulos, JD, partner with Sacopulos, Johnson & Sacopulos in Terre Haute, Ind.

St. Pauli Girl Beer famously advertises that "You never forget your first girl." While I am not sure about that, I am sure that you never forget your first lawsuit. The lawsuit arrives like a modern day version of the "Black Spot" out of the Robert Louis Stevenson's "Treasure Island." The anger, stress, and self-doubt come on strong and are slow to dissipate, leaving defendant physicians forever changed.
Published in Practice Management
A new study published in Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research dispels the common belief that poor patient are more likely to sue physicians.
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The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled that physicians can be sued for emotional distress — even if physical negligence was not involved, according to a Legal Newsline report.
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A survey of physicians conducted in the United States found that medical errors cause significant emotional stress on physicians, according to a report from AAOS Now.
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