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January 2016 Archives

Good news: Anesthesia error claims are on the decline

A recent study showed that anesthesia-related medical malpractice claims have declined drastically since 2005 -- especially with regard to inpatient medical providers. The study that revealed the information was the "Comparison and Trends of Inpatient and Outpatient Anesthesia Claims Reported to the National Practitioner Data Bank." Its findings were presented at last year's Annual Meeting of the American Society of Anesthesiologists.

Birth defect claims in Connecticut

Birth defects can cause a lifelong burden, both financially and emotionally. While a special needs child is both a gift and a miracle to any family that lovingly cares for him or her, the reality of the challenges is real and cannot be ignored. Many Connecticut families are struggling to make financial ends meet right now because of the high costs of raising their child or children with special needs.

Rise in claims agains outpatient anesthesia services

A new study shows that malpractice payouts by anesthesiologists are declining, while payouts to by outpatient anesthesia services are on the rise. According to information from the National Practitioner Data Bank, claims against outpatient medical service providers have been growing as a whole, and this rise reflects the growing use of outpatient services by United States medical patients.

Social media is a dangerous thing in an operating room

As a patient, you want your doctor—and the support staff—to pay very close attention to everything they're doing while you're in surgery. This can limit mistakes and help you get through without any complications. This is more than a desire on your part; it's an expected level of care.

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