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When the End Isn’t Really the End

Serious injuries, such as broken bones, head trauma, or disc herniations requiring back surgery, are not uncommon experiences following an auto accident or slip and fall.  Serious injuries like these can require surgery, sometimes multiple surgeries, and extensive rounds of physical therapy and rehabilitation.  Even after all of the treatment, cortisone injections and rehab, an … Continue reading When the End Isn’t Really the End

New Jersey Appellate Court Reverses Dismissal Of Ordinary Negligence Claim Against Nursing Home

In an unpublished opinion filed on June 26, 2017, the Superior Court of New Jersey Appellate Division (“Appellate Court”) held that the plaintiff’s complaint against the defendant nursing home involving the injuries he suffered as a result of his fall… Read More [Read More …] Source: Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury Blog

Maternal Anxiety Can Affect Kids with Cerebral Palsy

A recent study published in the journal Archives of Neuropsychiatry suggests that maternal anxiety and depression could affect the quality of life for children suffering from cerebral palsy. A major cause of physical disability, cerebral palsy causes motor and sensory impairment, creating symptoms that include low muscle tone, muscle spasms and poor muscle control. Aside … Continue reading Maternal Anxiety Can Affect Kids with Cerebral Palsy

A Real (Living, Breathing) Health Care Reform Plan: Drop MACRA

By STEVEN SOUMERAI Dear Washington, Congratulations! You have listened to the AMA and practicing physicians and made it a little easier to comply (at first) with the Medicare Quality Payment Program, part of the massive MACRA “pay for value” law.  But CMS’ announcements in The Federal Register and “fact sheet” are incomprehensible gobbledygook that will be[Read … Continue reading A Real (Living, Breathing) Health Care Reform Plan: Drop MACRA

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