Will This Alarming New Policy Cause an Increase in Medical Mistakes?

Posted on December 26, 2016 by

The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education will vote on increasing the number of consecutive hours first-year residents can work. This private organization is responsible for overseeing physician training in the United States. If this new policy goes into effect, it may have implications for patient safety in hospitals. At the moment, first-year residents fresh… Read more »

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Posted in Medical Malpractice

Brave New Ward: Will Robots Replace Surgeons?

Posted on May 16, 2016 by

Robots are continuing to take more roles in our workforce, whether it be assisting drivers, factory workers or other jobs that have been historically performed by humans. In the near future, surgeons may be assisted by autonomous robots to carry out highly complex medical procedures with perfect accuracy. For almost two decades, da Vinci machines… Read more »

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Posted in Surgical Errors


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