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3/30/2004· Professional Malpractice

Management Mistakes in Healthcare: A Disturbing Silence

By: Paul B. Hofmann, Dr PH, FACHE

The belated but formal acknowledgement of medical errors and their impact has been well documented.1 Curiously, the topic of management or executive mistakes in healthcare is not raised in professional meetings nor, until recently, addressed by an article in health administration journals

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11/26/2003· Professional Malpractice

Conscience, Ethics, And The Law In Munchausen Syndrome, Malingering, And Other Forms Of Medical Deception

By: Dr. Marc D. Feldman

Challenging legal and ethical questions swirl around factitious disorder, Munchausen syndrome, and/or malingering, muddying the already darkened waters through which health care professionals must tread. As cases in this book have illustrated, bold moves that in some instances were ethically and legally questionable have been taken by medical personnel

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10/15/2003· Machinery

What is most misunderstood and costly to your operation? Lubricants and Lubrication!

By: John H. Marino

Do you know that your equipment produces a profit on a thin film called lubricant? The most important but yet the most mismanaged in 99% of all companies is lubricants and/or lubrication. That’s why, it has been reported, that 60% to 70% of all mechanical failures are due to inadequate lubricants and lubrication practices

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8/19/2003· Professional Skills

The Correct Way To Present Exhibits

By: Constance Bernstein

The law loves the word, but people love pictures. Integrating words and pictures in your presentations is key to a litigator's success - whether addressing the judge, jurors, arbitrators or mediators

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5/29/2003· Computer Forensics

Computer Forensics Deserve a Place In Your Human Resource Toolkit

By: Fulcrum Financial Inquiry, LLP

Computers contain evidence useful in many human resource circumstances. Allegations of discrimination, sexual harassment, and unfair discharge are serious threats that are better understood by knowing what an employee did. Since computers are such a pervasive part of most employees' work lives, analysis of data stored on these computers helps address these issues

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5/29/2003· Expert Witnessing

Avoiding Ipse Dixit Mislabeling: Post-Daubert Approaches To Expert Clinical Opinions

By: Harold Bursztajn, MD and Thomas G. Gutheil, MD

Recent Supreme Court decisions emphasize the need to regulate the admissibility of expert testimony by means of standards that require opinions going beyond ipse dixit; that is, that are based on more than the fact that the expert "said it him/herself

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3/12/2003· Nursing

Using A Legal Nurse Consultant

By: Nicki Minlschmidt

Plenty! Like the experienced paralegals and legal secretaries successful attorneys rely on to allow them to focus their own efforts where the effect will be the greatest, Legal Nurse Consultants (LNCs) are another powerful weapon in the attorney's arsenal

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2/1/2003· Automotive - Vehicular

Developing An Effective Maintenance Program

By: Ronald G. Bredemeyer

Have you ever stopped to consider that maintenance is war? Your enemies are breakdown and deterioration; your soldiers are the maintenance supervisors and technicians; and the people you are protecting are the workers and customers of your organization

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12/21/2002· Insurance Coverage Analysis

To Rescind Or Not To Rescind?

By: Akos Swierkiewicz, CPCU

An insurer may rescind its policy in the event of material misrepresentation or concealment of a fact by the insured. Misrepresentation is false statement of a fact by the insured

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12/6/2002· Appraisal & Valuation

How to Value Commercial Improvements in a National Park

By: Maurice Robinson, ISHC, CRE, et al

Recently, we were engaged by the National Park Service (NPS) to appraise the structures and other improvements that have been constructed by commercial vendors or "concessionaires" operating hotels, restaurants and other hospitality services in National Parks.

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