One clinician misdiagnoses an adverse effect of a drug prescribed by another.
A patient was referred for a mammogram, but clinicians fail to follow up on the report.
Informed consent becomes muddled during an emergency to check for spinal injury.
A young man dies when an emergent condition is mistaken for a nonemergent one.
Clinicians missed several opportunities to advocate for their patient, leading to the loss of a leg.
A visual check of a student was deemed an "unreasonable search" under the Fourth Amendment.
A clinician who did not know a certain policy causes a chemotherapy problem.
Following up on test findings is a key part of delivering quality patient care and minimizing liability.
Emergency department staff was unaware of special guidelines for chest pain.
A case against a clinician raises the question of whether the error constitutes malpractice.