Personal Injury


If you’ve been injured in an accident that wasn’t your fault, it’s a tough position to be in. If your injury disrupts your day to day activity or your medical bills are piling up you’ve probably already made a personal injury claim. Have you hit a wall during negotiations with the insurance adjuster? Has your Continue reading Personal Injury
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Personal Injury

Personal Injury

If you’ve been injured in an accident that wasn’t your fault, it’s a tough position to be in. If your injury disrupts your day to day activity or your medical bills are piling up you’ve probably already made a personal injury claim. Have you hit a wall during negotiations with the insurance adjuster? Has your Continue reading Personal Injury
http://www.drgleesonlaw.com/personal-injury/

Personal Injury

Does The Increasing Prevalence Of Nurse Practitioners (NP) Providing Primary Care Affect Patient Safety?


There are more than 234,000 nurse practitioners (NPs) licensed in the United States, and they practice in every state and in the District of Columbia, according to the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP). 89.2% of NPs are certified in Read More [Read More ] Source: Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury Blog
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Does The Increasing Prevalence Of Nurse Practitioners (NP) Providing Primary Care Affect Patient Safety?

Wrongful Life


There have been recent discussions in the lay media about a growing trend of litigation cases focused not on the “right to live”, but rather on the “right to die”. These cases have involved patients who received aggressive treatment, despite having documentation of their wishes not to receive such aggressive treatment. Although unsettling, it is…[Read Continue reading Wrongful Life
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Wrongful Life

A Real (Living, Breathing) Health Care Reform Plan: Drop MACRA


By STEVEN SOUMERAI Dear Washington, Congratulations! You have listened to the AMA and practicing physicians and made it a little easier to comply (at first) with the Medicare Quality Payment Program, part of the massive MACRA “pay for value” law.  But CMS’ announcements in The Federal Register and “fact sheet” are incomprehensible gobbledygook that will be[Read Continue reading A Real (Living, Breathing) Health Care Reform Plan: Drop MACRA
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A Real (Living, Breathing) Health Care Reform Plan: Drop MACRA

Does The Increasing Prevalence Of Nurse Practitioners (NP) Providing Primary Care Affect Patient Safety?

There are more than 234,000 nurse practitioners (NPs) licensed in the United States, and they practice in every state and in the District of Columbia, according to the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP). 89.2% of NPs are certified in Read More [Read More ] Source: Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury Blog
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Does The Increasing Prevalence Of Nurse Practitioners (NP) Providing Primary Care Affect Patient Safety?

Wrongful Life

There have been recent discussions in the lay media about a growing trend of litigation cases focused not on the “right to live”, but rather on the “right to die”. These cases have involved patients who received aggressive treatment, despite having documentation of their wishes not to receive such aggressive treatment. Although unsettling, it is…[Read Continue reading Wrongful Life
http://www.drgleesonlaw.com/wrongful-life/

Wrongful Life