September 29, 2020
Miscommunication between medical providers is all too common and can have deadly consequences. The doctor tells the nurse to let him know if something happens, the nurse writes it down wrong. A resident sees something bad and calls the doctor and leaves out key details. A doctor discovers cancer but his staff fail to call the patient. These are only a few of the ways miscommunication can be medical malpractice. We have experience finding the sources of miscommunication and holding the responsible accountable. Our clients have helped institute changes that make communication better. Consider the example(s) below.