Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Cardiology Fellows as "Experts"

Either we're not paying our cardiology fellows enough, or they have too way much time on their hands:
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I bet Expert wishes he never advertised for this.


1 comment:

SharonRN said...

As long as medicine is viewed as a profitable business and great wealth accumulated by many associated with it, then there will be lawsuits. Yes, I lived and remember a time before lawsuits. now, fair-minded physician experts will be needed to defend doctors who are sued. And let's not degrade those patients who are truly injured who also need good, fair-minded physicians to review their cases and explain what went wrong. The doctor who injured them sure won't discuss his mistake with the patient, under threat from med mal insurance carriers and many hospitals who will deny coverage if they do. Read your policy carefully doctors. If fair compensation can not be mediated, then yes, the fair-minded may also have to testify. They will need to be paid for their time away from taking care of the sick and dying.