Tag: Physician’s Time Creates Medical Malpractice Lawsuits
Despite denials by many physician’s, full-time hospital employees are often urged or incentivized to perform more procedures than they might in order to increase hospital income or facilitate education. When it is obvious that unnecessary procedures are being done for either of these reasons, the soil is ripe for medical malpractice suits. It is, however, often difficult to establish that an elective procedure was unwarranted, particularly if a physician maintains that the patient was insistent upon having it.
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