Monthly Archives: February 2013

Should Consumers Be Represented by Counsel During Disclosure Process?

Recently I was talking with a friend who is a personal injury lawyer, and he voiced concerns to me that not enough patients and families are represented by counsel during the disclosure process. My lawyer friend is worried that consumers … Continue reading

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All Sorry Works! Books are Now E-Books Through Amazon

All of your favorite Sorry Works! Books are now e-books available through our friends at Amazon. Moreover, our newest e-books – the “Little Book of Empathy” and “Did the Doctor Make a Mistake?” – are free for Amazon Prime Members. … Continue reading

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YouTube Videos to Teach Empathy Basics to Docs & Nurses

We know that when docs and nurses empathize and stay connected post-event, we have a better chance of avoiding litigation, learning from adverse events, and providing healing and closure for all sides, right?  The trick is how do you say … Continue reading

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Document for Physicians to Educate Consumers About Disclosure

At Sorry Works!, we recently launched a campaign to educate patients and families about the value of disclosure.  We believe educating consumers about disclosure is just as important as teaching caregivers.   And there are many ways to teach consumers, including … Continue reading

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New, Different Approach to Med-Mal in Georgia Needs to Be Tried

Copy of press release we just sent out is below… Sincerely, – Doug Doug Wojcieszak, Founder, Sorry Works! Sorry Works! Applauds Georgia Plan to Replace Georgia Medical Tort System For Immediate Release Glen Carbon, IL (Feb. 8, 2013) – Sorry … Continue reading

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Update: Catholic Health Initiatives, Church Say Defense Arguments “Morally Wrong” in Case Involving Fetuses

Below is a story we reported on last week and offered criticisms and suggestions focused on the need for healthcare and insurance executives to better manage their defense lawyers, especially in the growing disclosure environment.  Moreover, this story is a … Continue reading

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New Research Data: Disclosure Works Nicely in “Open Systems” in Chicago!

One of the traditional criticisms or objections to disclosure is that it can only work in a “closed system” where all the doctors are employees and covered by the hospital’s insurance, such as a VA hospital or university/teaching hospital like … Continue reading

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