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Is medical malpractice on the rise?
 

Is medical malpractice on the rise?

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Medical malpractice or negligence can be defined as a failure to follow standards of care that are acceptable by medical professionals, resulting in injury, damage or loss. In recent times, allegations of malpractice seem to be on the rise globally.
 
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2 Dec 2016 - General
 
Tahira Nawaz thank you for sharing this article, I think the best to think About is how to prevent such mistakes and try to keep patients safe and this could be achieved by increasing the n...
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Medical malpractice is raised and is in still darkness that no body knows who is fake and who is right. Public should aware first to minimise the incidence and should not consult fake doctors and where ever applicable should inform to government or r...
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Medical malpractice per se is not documented objectively on the rise. Medical lawsuits are and I am glad that this issue is being raised. Defensive medicine has been the result of the harsher medical lawsuit policies and patients are the ones who get...
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The only statistics we have is that medical malpractice litigation cases are on the increase, whether the amount of medical malpractice that is occurring is unknown. The current increases can be attributed to the reduced degree of respect that we are...
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Tahira Nawaz Medical malpractice is on the rise but especially in developing and underdeveloped nations. In developed countries, strict protocols for healthcare are laid down and there are ...
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Lets say we have an increasing number of malpractice in medical industry, so it only means that each and every healthcare professional should coordinate and collaborate to each other clearly to gain an open communication -- proper information dessimi...
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The global incidence of medical malpractice is difficult to make because every country have a different definition of "medical malpractice". This is evidenced by differences in policies with regards to this matter. Also, if medical malpract...
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This is an alarming article wherein cases of malpractice are on the rise. As what we can find in the article, it is due to the unclear orders and miscommunication between the patient-doctors-nurse or the healthcare team with the patients and not abou...
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The most contributing feature in medical malpractices is the pressure of life and the high cost of living, therefore, doctors has to work for long hours and follow the busy schedule. It is also seen that patients are also very quick to take legal act...
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