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November, 2015

Good Doctors Can Be Bad For Your Health

November 22, 2015

A recent study[1] had some shocking results: people with heart attacks did better when the senior cardiologists were out of town. It was not a small difference either – patients were actually one third less likely to die when the top doctors were away from the hospital. During a national Read More

3 Common Signs of Military Medical Malpractice

June 30, 2015

Whenever you or someone you love needs more intensive medical care, the expectation is that you can rely on a hospital or other medical facility to deliver the treatments needed. Tragically, however, medical negligence can occur at any health care facility – including those dedicated to treating members of the Read More

Newly Published VA Reports Reveal Shocking Malpractice, Concern Lawmakers

May 30, 2015

More than 120 VA reports that had previously been unpublished have recently been made public, uncovering some shocking instances of malpractice in VA medical facilities throughout the U.S. These reports, some of which date back to 2006, were posted by VA Assistance Inspector General John Daigh on the VA inspector Read More

Medical Malpractice in VA Hospitals Is Increasing

April 30, 2015

More and more veterans are becoming the targets of medical malpractice, and over the next four years, researchers project that these numbers will only continue to increase, as an estimated 1.2 million more military personnel will be added to the veteran pool. These troubling statistics have come out of the Read More

Medical Malpractice Is Tragic Pattern in Military Hospitals, NYT Report Finds

March 31, 2015

While military hospitals are often the sites of medical malpractice and medical mistakes, these mistakes are rarely scrutinized and reported, a recent New York Times investigation has found. According to this study, researchers have reportedly uncovered the facts that: Military hospitals consistently have had higher rates of malpractice and resulting Read More

Hospital-Acquired Infections in U.S. Show Promising Decline, CDC Reports

February 28, 2015

Four out of five types of the most prominently occurring hospital-acquired infections (HIAs) in the U.S. are now impacting less patients, according to the Centers from Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). In fact, according to a recent CDC progress report, the rates of certain HIAs have dropped significantly over the Read More

Do Smaller Military Medical Facilities Put Patients at a Higher Risk?

January 31, 2015

Some of the leading patient safety experts in the U.S. think so, and they are now urging Pentagon officials to move forward with their plans to scale back the system by converting some of these riskier, smaller clinics into outpatient clinics or birthing centers. In fact, as Dr. Lucian L. Read More

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