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Compelled Quagmire

Compelled Quagmire   In a moment of true honesty, with no fear of ridicule, take some time to quietly consider the following examples: Example 1: Having finished your meal, you exit the restaurant, with your spouse and child in tow. There is a flash of movement to your right capturing your attention. You notice a […]

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Combative Patient Malpractice?

Like Us on Facebook Subscribe on Youtube Trained healthcare professionals understand: Prescribing a treatment for disease/injury, without a diagnosis, would be considered malpractice. On the job, the recognition for potential litigation is so brow-beaten into ¬†staff psyche, many refuse to utter the words, “You will be alright” to a patient, for fear of litigation. Heck, […]

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