Monthly Archives: July 2016

Gag Order/Confidentiality Project from Sorry Works! — need your opinion

In a recent Sorry Works! e-blast about the toddler dying during a dental procedure, there was a quote from a dental professor claiming that most malpractice settlements have gag orders or confidentiality clauses. Here is the quote: “When there are … Continue reading

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Interview Request from Medical Economics…

From time to time, I do interviews with medical, insurance, and legal publications as well as popular/general media outlets.  Conducting interviews with credible media outlets is a terrific way to spread the message of disclosure.  Recently, I was interviewed by … Continue reading

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Microsoft Designer Paralyzed by Hospital….Now Working with Hospital

August de los Reyes, a former top Microsoft Designer, suffers from an autoimmune disorder known as anklylosing spondylitis, or AS, which makes his spine brittle and susceptible to fracture even from minor trauma. Three years ago, August fell out of … Continue reading

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Hospital Encourages Mom to Tell Story of Near Fatal Dosing Error

Baby Elliot Jones was born six weeks premature and had to endure life-saving surgery in his first week of life, but he quickly recovered and was doing well when a nurse at Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Kids accidentally gave him … Continue reading

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