4 edition of Malpractice and liability in clinical obstetrical nursing found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||Sarah D. Cohn.|
|Series||Aspen series in obstetrical and gynecological nursing|
|LC Classifications||KF2915.N83 C64 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 232 p. :|
|Number of Pages||232|
|LC Control Number||89018588|
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This paper examines whether malpractice claims have any impact on obstetrical practice patterns (C-section rates) and physician delivery volume. Data Sources Secondary data from the – Florida Hospital Inpatient Discharge File, the Florida Medical Professional Liability Insurance Claims File, and the American Medical Association's Cited by: Jury Verdict Review & Analysis - tracking trends in civil jury verdicts and settlements since Experience Malpractice and liability in clinical obstetrical nursing book most complete and accurate information to discover the value of your case.
Advanced research services provides prior verdicts and settlements for any personal injury damages or liability. Obtain expert witnesses in over categories of expertise. Obstetrical Expert and Medical Malpractice – Infant in Distress Part 1. Obstetrical practice carries some unique risks.
Staff in an obstetrical unit care for two patients: a mother and fetus or infant. They are responsible for the safe care of each of these vulnerable people.
This Report analyzes obstetrical medical malpractice cases from varied practice settings provides offering an in-depth exploration of the most prevalent obstetrical risks. Understanding the critical decision points that influence such scenarios is the first step in the task of preventing their recurrence.
6 Obstetrical Malpractice Insurance Although the committee was not able to analyze insurance issues in depth, it did believe that it was important to examine certain basic questions related to the role that medical malpractice insurance plays in the obstetrical professional liability crisis.
This book was written to provide the nursing student, the professional nurse at any level of clinical practice—and collaborating health care providers—with an introduction to basic legal concepts and principles of malpractice, liability, and risk management.
Modified from Obstetrical Nursing Malpractice Issues, in Nursing Malpractice, Fourth Edition,Lawyers and Judges Publishing Company, Tucson, AZ. This book is available from our Webstore. REFERENCES. ACOG news release (embargoed until Janu ). ACOG’s latest professional liability survey reveals increase in liability claims.
Be a part of the nation’s premier obstetric malpractice conference and ensure that you stay current on the evolving standards of care, emerging theories of liability, and new defense strategies.
Obstetric malpractice cases continue to result in massive verdicts, reaching amounts in excess of $ million. Claims are evolving in response to advances in medical.
The second volume of an overall look at the "malpractice crisis" sheds fresh light on the civil justice and insurance systems, medical liability issues, and their combined.
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Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. Medical Malpractice Lawyers. Bay St Toronto, Ontario M5R 2A5 Canada. OB/Gyn Malpractice Attorneys in Mt. Laurel, NJ Our Obstetrical Malpractice Lawyers Help Clients in Camden County, Gloucester County, and Across South Jersey Close to four million women in the United States gave birth to babies last year, every one of them praying for a happy, healthy infant.
On Octoa federal judge issued a ruling in an Ob/Gyn medical malpractice case, requiring the United States pay $m in case was covered by the Washington Times. Ob/Gyn medical malpractice standard of care. We have covered the fact that birth injuries are twice as likely to occur in military hospitals run by the federal government.
The Impact of Malpractice Liability Claims on Obstetrical Practice Patterns Article in Health Services Research 45(1) November with 44 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Gilbert Gimm. More and more nurses are being named defendants in malpractice lawsuits, according to the National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB).
From tofor instance, the number of malpractice payments made by nurses increased from to (see Figure 1, page 55).The trend shows no signs of stopping, despite efforts by nursing educators to inform nurses and student nurses of their legal. An outstanding reference for the attorney, legal nurse consultant, insurance claim adjuster, healthcare risk manager, or healthcare facility leader involved in a nursing malpractice claim, the third edition of Nursing Malpractice brings you a wealth of information and.
Anyone working in perinatal nursing will find use for this helpful reference. It provides precise explanation and guidance for the liability risks common to obstetrical and neonatal settings.
Readers will come away with a working knowledge of health care law and its relation to clinical practice. Divided into four units, the book covers essential aspects relevant to maternity nurse and. Malpractice lawsuits are pervasive. Eighty-five percent of ob/gyns have been named in a lawsuit.
Over three fourths (78%) were involved in suits where other parties were also .Appendix H: Clinical Practice Guidelines and Malpractice Liability c linical practice guidelines have been hailed as tools that can help reduce defen-sive medicine, improve the quality of care, and protect health care providers from un-predictable liability by clarifying the legal stan-dard of .