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August 2015 Archives

Are operating room cameras the answer to preventing errors?

While heart disease and cancer are the number one and two causes of death in the U.S., the third is likely less known by the public. It's preventable medical errors and they kill an estimated 400,000 people each year. For many families, simply not knowing what went wrong that cost their loved ones their lives is something that will haunt them.

Anonymous essay in medical journal raises concerns

A recent essay in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine has raised concerns about the professionalism of some physicians. The physician who penned the piece is described by the editor-in-chief of the journal as having a medical school affiliation. His name was signed to the essay, but it was decided by the journal staff that it would be best if it was published anonymously.

Federal designation for Connecticut health center

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services granted United Community and Family Services a coveted federal designation as a "federally qualified heath center." Now, UCFS will see $1.1 million in funding that will be used to hire new staff, accommodate an increase of over one-third in patients and pay for a health center at Montville High School.

$2.4 million in missed diagnosis malpractice case

Kennedy, Johnson, Schwab & Roberge, L.L.C. have won an impressive $2.4 million dollar award for their client in a medical misdiagnosis trial. The jury awarded the estate of a 61-year-old man $2 million for his loss as well as $425,000 for loss of consortium for his wife.

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