Social justice can only be achieved in relation to the Coronavirus when people are realistic and do what is right for the good of society.
Law & Malpractice
An OSHA-compliant medical waste manager may be your best bet.
Educating patients starts with alleviating their concerns. Part of that is educating them about reliable sources of information.
Physicians should meet with their attorneys to prepare for any testimony, especially in cases with documentation discrepancies and unreliable physician-nurse communication.
Involvement in change efforts can help reduce gender biases and discrimination.
Ranging from cases on ultrasound missteps to disease misdiagnosis, these were our most-read articles on malpractice from 2018.
Five considerations for physician practices
Wise and careful use of electronic records can save the day in case of malpractice suits
Social media usage by physicians is at an all-time high, but it brings new risks with it
Mothers have a right to breastfeed in public — and in your practice, so find a way to make mothers, other patients and staff comfortable.