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Medical Malpractice

“In a series of legal cases written in a highly descriptive, narrative style, the author examines the underlying causes of today’s malpractice crisis. His interpretations, ranging from an insurance industry conspiracy to frivolous lawsuits to the ‘few bad apples’ theory, make interesting reading.”

– Linda S. Karch, Library Journal, SUNY Buffalo

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2 Comments
  1. Thanks for this post, and this book. Our health care system in the US has a hole in the bridge between inpatient and outpatient care, and that is no secret. Far be it from me to imagine that hospitals are now staffed with legal serial killers. But I can say, I survived being a patient in Lahey Clinic once. My carotid artery is clear now. But I’ve lost some great friends who went to the hospital for less and came out dead. Perhaps one day Western Medicine will treat the causes of disease, not the symptoms.

    I’ll be reading your book: Medical Malpractice Solving the Crisis.

    Best,
    Jo

    • Thanks very much, Jo. Our health care system has great potential but many problems, I agree.

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