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Disclosure without patient consent may be malpractice

Doctors in Arizona owe their patients the duty of providing the type of care that other doctors in their fields would provide under similar circumstances. In addition, doctors also have a duty of confidentiality to their patients concerning their diagnostic information. In a case in New Jersey, a court found that a doctor's violation of his duty of confidentiality was a type of medical malpractice.

Surgical residents are often involved in malpractice cases

When Arizona patients enter hospitals for surgical procedures, they trust in teams of medical professionals in the operating room. If just one member of the surgical team makes an error, the results could be disastrous. A study shows that surgical residents and interns, who are still in training, are especially likely to be named in malpractice cases.

6-year-old boy dies while using hospital heating blanket

Arizona parents may be saddened to learn that a Pennsylvania hospital has been cited after an investigation was conducted into the death of a 6-year-old boy. The action took place after the health care facility failed to report the incident within 24 hours.

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