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Former California Medical Doctor Sentenced To Over Three Years In Prison For Unlawfully Prescribing Oxycodone to a Patient. Judge Noted Doctor Did Not Run a Pill Mill But Feeding One Patient's "Habit" Is Enough.

Previously, only physicians who went far over the line and ran "pill mills" got targeted for prosecution. Times have changed. One recent case shows a prosecution for a prescription of opioids to a single patient over a couple of years … Continue reading

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6 Questions Every Iowa Hospital Patient Should Ask

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Rockford Nursing Home Cited for Medication Errors & Patient Fall

Rockford, Illinois – The quarterly report released by the IDPH (Illinois Department of Public Health) in the fall of 2017 revealed that Forest City Rehab & Nursing Center was cited for multiple violations. The nursing facility is located at 321 … Continue reading

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Can we save the patient?

Any student can use the services of ASP at my law school. During the semester, I keep a steady flow of appointments on my calendar. However, my regular load of appointments started to dwindle a few days before the Thanksgiving… … Continue reading

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End Self-Regulation of Medicine: Decreasing Deference to Physicians Improves Patient Safety and Protects Patient Rights

I am delighted to participate in the Bioethics Brownbag & Webinar Series at the Michigan State University Center for Ethics and Humanities in the Life Sciences. My talk is titled: "End Self-Regulation of Medicine: Decreasing Deference to Physicians Improves Patient … Continue reading

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