This book provides an extensive overview of today's changed medical landscape as well as specific and practical ways to approach a medical malpractice case from the moment a potential plaintiff or defendant enters the door to the announcement of the jury verdict.
- The detailed examination of two new settings for medical malpractice: the retail chain store and remote medical advice via computer, or telemedicine.
- Extensive coverage of the pursuit of compensation for injuries to disadvantaged individuals who have government-subsidized healthcare.
- Appendices of key medical malpractice statutes for each state in the nation, to bring the law to the practitioner's fingertips.
Medical Malpractice is written for lawyers, retail chain executives, doctors who practice telemedicine, practical nurses, hospital administrators, and community care and free clinic operators.
This all-inclusive resource is written for every stakeholder in the health care field, providing an entirely new approach to medical malpractice, broken down into the smallest components. Readers will access a step-by-step approach to analyzing, avoiding, mediating and if need be, litigating medical malpractice.