that the first 9/11 wrongful death suit will go to trial in Manhattan on April 12.
Last year, with “anti-mercury activists” by agreeing to post a precaution on its website acknowledging the potential dangers posed by mercury dental fillings. But “in something of an about-face” the agency is now revising that position…
A federal whistleblower lawsuit against a Tulare County hospital and health-care system amidst allegations that they gave “doctors who referred Medicare patients to the health care system a break on their rent and the cost of commercial real estate, as well as forgiving their debts.”
A judge has decided that some 15,000 current and former state employees $42 million to compensate them for 20 years of unpaid work.
An Op-Ed in today’s by former NTSB chairman Jim Hill, underscores being the amount of medical malpractice itself. “The Obama administration should take a lesson from the transportation safety board’s successes and establish an independent agency charged with identifying and eliminating the causes of medical error,” writes Hill. “Such a move would save money by saving lives and would ensure that our nation’s health care system is equipped to provide the safest medical care possible.”