Rena Malik, MD, discusses findings from a recent Urology Practice study.
In this interview, Rena Malik, MD, discusses findings from the recent Urology Practice paper, “A 30-Year Review of Cystectomy Litigation,” for which she served as senior author. Malik is an assistant professor and director of female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery at the University of Maryland Medical System, Baltimore.
Urology Malpractice: Kenton H. Steele, Esq, discusses expert witnesses from the attorney perspectiveAugust 25th 2021
“Their opinions do need to be credible and be honest, but there is some component of being able to walk a line between providing a candid, unbiased opinion, and knowing that you are retained to represent a specific side in that case,” says Kenton H. Steele, Esq.
Prior paid malpractice claims linked to increased risk of future claimsFebruary 22nd 2023
Based on 5- and 10-year study periods, physicians with single or multiple paid medical malpractice claims “were shown to have a greatly elevated risk of having additional paid claims during a future period,” the authors wrote.
Researchers evaluate data on priapism malpractice litigationJuly 30th 2021
“I think it's the responsibility of the physician to really take on educating and counseling and setting clear expectations and that way, when complications do arise, patients are better equipped, and they have a more favorable outcome,” says Ariana Matz, MD.
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