DIY Surgery Robot: Medicine’s Future?

Posted on: July 30, 2015 by elite

A Dutch born interaction designer has been inspired to create a robot that is capable of performing simple, inexpensive operations with minimal doctor supervision. The recent graduate of London’s Royal College of Art, Frank Kolkman, cited America’s middle-class citizens and their lack of medical access as the source for his idea. While his concept is […] Read More

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Contractors vs Employees: Healthcare Dispute

Posted on: July 23, 2015 by elite

The recent uproar over misclassification of workers has caused negative consequences for the healthcare industry. Dependent on whether a worker is classified as an independent contractor or an employee, certain benefits and protections are owed. In the wake of this dispute, ensure your facility’s regulations are in compliance with a law and protect it with […] Read More

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Cameras in Operating Rooms: A Heated Debate

Posted on: July 15, 2015 by elite

After a woman died as a result from an overdose of propofol, her family is avenging her case by lobbying to allow cameras in operating rooms to capture malpractice and poor behavior during surgeries. Although there have been debates on whether or not this should be allowed, it is imperative your practice is equipped with […] Read More

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Personal Injury Case: Medical Malpractice Caps Revisited

Posted on: July 9, 2015 by elite

Last month we discussed the Supreme Court ruling over Malpractice Damage Caps in Florida. In recent news, another case has surfaced where the controversial law faces scrutiny. While the specifics of each case is unique and need to be individually considered, it is crucial to update your FL Medical Malpractice Insurance to safeguard your practice […] Read More

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