Medical Malpractice article questions
nichollsvi2 at GMAIL.COM
Sun Jun 7 21:30:29 UTC 2015
Looking at this:
On 1) Could the "watch and wait" treatment be an issue here? Where the
wait was too long or not enough? Could it also be an issue with the way
blood/urine test levels/ranges are set up? Could they be setting up
doctors to fail because the ranges are too wide or too absolute?
On 5) With EHR's, is this really a problem?
On 6) How could that be a doctors' fault?
On 9) Wouldn't a doctor rule out something and then move on to what they
thought it might be?
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