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Medical Malpractice

Why Medical Malpractice Lawyers Have It The Hardest

12th October 2011
There are few types of personal injury litigation more difficult to handle than medical malpractice cases. Medical malpractice lawyers, representing the injured party, need to be able to prove not only that the doctor’s error constituted a deviation from ...
Author: Duffyduffy
Medical Malpractice

Washington DC Medical Malpractice Lawyer- Guiding Us In Our Call for For Some Good Justice

11th March 2011
Whenever there are damages due to the careless act of a health care provider, then this is a case for a medical malpractice. The negligence maybe by means of a direct action or fault from the standard medical practice and procedures in the profession. Th...
Author: socrnapyma
Medical Malpractice

Medical Malpractice Cases – How to Deter Against Ever Increasing Medical Errors!

21st January 2011
Physicians who accept responsibility for treatment decisions are accountable for their medical practice errors. The truth is this: Most of us inherently trust doctors and physicians to keep our best interest in mind and to have the ability to safely he...
Author: Muhammad Saad
Medical Malpractice

Medical Billing Services,Medical Equipment Financing and Leasing

20th August 2010
Medical Billing Services allows the practice to manage all patient billing and accounting seamlessly and efficiently.It is fully integrated with the EMR, appointment system and charge capture. Taking advantage of the information flow from the Medical Bi...
Author: Colin Haley
Medical Malpractice

Medical Malpractice

16th March 2010
Medical malpractice means professional negligence through act or omission done by a health care giver wherein the care provided diverges from acceptable standards of medical practice and causes harm or death to a patient. Regulations and standards for med...
Author: nuscheysmith

Be There Or … Pay Up: Developing a Patient No-Show Policy for Your Practice

08th July 2009
"No-show" patients are a part of any medical practice. Over the years, physicians and other practitioners have developed numerous policies in an attempt to prevent no-shows. Most practices institute such policies as a deterrent rather than for the purpose...
Author: Wachler & Associates