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  • Could Medical Errors Increase the Ebola Threat in the United States?
    Could Medical Errors Increase the Ebola Threat in the United States?

    The risk of a widespread Ebola outbreak in the United States is still extremely low. However, as the country’s first case demonstrated, medical errors can increase the risk. As we have previously ...

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  • Halloween Safety Tips for Drivers
    Halloween Safety Tips for Drivers

    Trick-or-treating is a Halloween tradition here in San Diego and across the country. However, the combination of dark roads and children decked in costumes can be a dangerous combination and can often ...

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  • An Interesting Approach to Reducing Medical Errors
    An Interesting Approach to Reducing Medical Errors

    As San Diego medical malpractice attorneys , we think California hospitals can learn a lot from Dr. Donald Berwick, the current steward of the Medicare and Medicaid programs. Berwick has a unique ...

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  • Gov. Brown Signs Elder Abuse Legislation into Law
    Gov. Brown Signs Elder Abuse Legislation into Law

    As San Diego elder abuse attorneys, we are pleased that Gov. Jerry Brown has signed several key pieces of legislation into law that will dramatically improve oversight over the state’s assisted-living ...

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  • New Law Designed to Prevent California Elder Abuse
    New Law Designed to Prevent California Elder Abuse

    As San Diego elder abuse attorneys , we are pleased to report that Gov. Jerry Brown has signed two new bills into law that will help protect California’s elderly population. The first would allow ...

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  • How Many Medical Errors Occur at California Hospitals?
    How Many Medical Errors Occur at California Hospitals?

    In California, hospitals are required to report medical errors to the state Department of Public Health. However, the information is not easily accessible to the public. To determine how prevalent ...

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