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CMS Finally Limits Nursing Home Binding Arbitration Clauses
Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016

Choosing to put a loved one into a care facility, whether that be an around-the-clock nursing home or a semi-independent assisted living facility, is a difficult and emotional process. For some it may be a relief that an aging loved one will receive the care that they need. Leaving them in the care of strangers at […]

Oregon Hospitals Release Data on Medical Mistakes
Tuesday, August 14th, 2012

Every year, Oregon hospitals submit reports on the medical mistakes that harm their patients. The 2011 report from the Oregon Patient Safety Commission shows that the number of hospital mistakes reported is up from 2010. The goal of the Commission is to track where, why and how the mistakes occur, and use the data to […]

Should an Important Medical Mistake Tracking Program be Optional?
Tuesday, March 13th, 2012

All of Oregon's community hospitals have joined a government-coordinated effort to reduce and prevent medical errors that harm or kill patients. However, The Oregonian reports that the majority of pharmacies and nursing homes in Oregon are not bothering to report medical mistakes. Only about half of the state's licensed surgery centers are reporting their errors. […]