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Around the web, March 24

All-medical edition:

  • East End Long Island gynecologist says she spends $50/hr. on insurance -- "And I don't do obstetrics" [East Hampton Star via KevinMD]
  • Certain defenders of Hawaii med-mal law trying to get away with some big ol' fibs about the California and Texas experience [KHNL]
  • ""You APOLOGIZED? Don't you know that's effectively an admission of guilt?" [SecretWave101]
  • Defense verdict in John Ritter case [Overlawyered, more, more]
  • Colorado bill to raise med-mal caps runs into snag [Denver Post & editorial]
  • $25 million award against W.V. hospital for ending a doc's privileges -- but they'll have no trouble paying, right? [OL]
  • MedPundit, frequently cited in this space, retired from blogging at 2007's end;
  • Radiation risks from excessive CT scans [Ted @ OL]
  • Patients who cry wolf -- better run to their aid time after time or else [White Coat Rants]



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Manhattan Institute

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