AW: [IMPROVEDX] death certificates

Vic Nicholls nichollsvi2 at GMAIL.COM
Fri May 6 16:39:26 UTC 2016

I think you all should check: courts/judges/juries are starting to say 
that peer review and the like are no longer privileged. They know that's 
where things are being "hid" and that's how they're changing their 
minds. I've seen several court cases where they told the hospitals to 
give them up.

There is not one chance that more leeway is going to be given. You'll 
see a revolt. Already, the courts are saying NO to these arbitration 
clauses that you don't get any business unless you promise to not sue 
us, like credit cards, etc. So you'll start to see a groundswell.

Take a look at sorry works and others like it. You will find there are 
less problems, lawsuits and money spent when you are honest. A judge and 
jury will take that into account, as will any lawyer who is going to see 
that attempts to fix the problem are not going to net any good will to 
giving $$$ to the other side.


On 5/6/2016 1:05 PM, Robert Bell wrote:
> The lack of interest I think is because no one wants anything to do 
> with errors/mistakes, or any record keeping of these in case they are 
> discoverable in future law cases. Cost may be a minor problem.
> And this presumably is the same reluctance that hospitals have to 
> collecting decent error data.
> So this gets back to my point in this thread of can we achieve 
> ANYTHING significant without first fixing the litigation issues?
> Rob Bell, MD

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