Mass. Embraces ‘Disclosure, Apology, Offer’ Approach for Med Mal Cases

August 10, 2012

  • August 10, 2012 at 1:39 pm
    Cilla Mitchell says:
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    Question. What happens to the doctor who commits the reckless negligent error which might result in a death or maim a person for life? Will he continue to practice? Will the case reflect on the state medical board when someone looks his name to see if he left any collateral damage behind? Or, will he be free to practice to kill or maim more of his patients?

    In Texas, doctors are allowed to kill their patients without accountability.

    Case in point, Google: Why did you drop the ball Dr Andrade? – youtube.

    He is now free to practice at the New York Bariatric Group because the Texas Medical Board failed to police after their own.

    Thank you for your time,

    Cilla Mitchell

    A Texas nurse and vet

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