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Dangers in Being Discharged from the Hospital (Part II)

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In a previous post, reference was made to a New York Times article that reported the discharge stage of a hospital patient’s care – when the patient is being released from the hospital and transferred back to the care of the patient’s primary care physician – as one of the most dangerous times for… Read More »

Dangers in Being Discharged from the Hospital (Part I)

By Bertram & Amell |

When a patient is discharged from the hospital, it would make sense that their condition has improved.  However, According to a recent article in The New York Times,  this period of the patient’s hospital stay – the period leading up to and just following discharge – can be one of the most dangerous times… Read More »

Communication between Doctor and Patient is Key

By Bertram & Amell |

As we’ve previously highlighted, the practice of medicine is being more heavily scrutinized as of late due to patients potentially being harmed from too much treatment. While doctors sometimes do too much–practicing of “defensive medicine” in order to ensure that they are not sued–studies show that, in fact, more treatment does not equal reduced… Read More »

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