Advanced Brain Imaging Technology May Provide Doctors More Time to Treat Strokes

New research indicates that doctors may have more time to effectively…

Prevalence of Stroke in Younger Adults Steadily Rising, According to 2017 Study

Between 1938 and 2007, stroke was the third leading cause of…

Unsolicited Patient Observations Help Identify Surgeons More Likely to Commit Malpractice

If you feel disrespected by your surgeon, it might be time to…

New Hampshire Should Adopt a Safe Patient Ratio Statute

Nurses Take D.C., a nurse-driven grassroots movement, is calling…

Nearly 1 in 5 Americans Have Experienced a Medical Error, Survey Reveals

21% of Americans have experienced a medical error, according…

Medical Malpractice Attorney Finds Himself a Victim of Malpractice

In a tragic role reversal, Michael Mone, an esteemed plaintiff’s…

Lead Extractions in Catherization Labs May Result in Wrongful Death

Despite clear warnings in medical literature, electrophysiologists…

Delays in Discharge Summaries Associated with Higher Rate of Readmissions, Studies Show

Discharge summaries serve as the main form of communication between…

User and System Failures: The Problems with Electronic Health Records

Studies that have identified a connection between electronic…