Whistleblower Doctors Shed Light on Patient Safety and Medicare Fraud with Concurrent Surgeries and Double-Billing
Posted in Accident & Injury, Consumer Protection, Drug & Medical Devices, Health & Wellness, Medical Malpractice on September 21, 2023
By James M. Kelley III Doctors at some large teaching hospitals in the United States are speaking out against a concerning practice that jeopardizes patient safety and potentially defrauds Medicare. Surgeons, they claim, are scheduling multiple operations simultaneously, leaving critical portions unattended, and then billing for services they still need to provide fully. In...
Poor Decisions and Confusion Lead to Finger Pointing
Posted in Medical Malpractice on May 16, 2014
http://youtu.be/X6Iu3WVOE5Y Ohio medical malpractice attorney Jay Kelley recalls a case in which a woman who chose a simple outpatient procedure to avoid a long hospitalization, but poor communication by the medical team led to a horrible outcome. Often in medical malpractice cases, the two sides of the claim do not see eye to eye....