Medical Liability Minute

Jeffrey Segal, MD, JD, and Michael Sacopulos, JD, summarize modern medico-legal threats to physicians in 15 minutes or less.

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Neurosurgeons (and surgeons in general) have a reputation for being cold. Deserved or not, the stereotype has stuck. Dr. Joseph Stern argues embracing humanity in medicine is the key to combating burn...
January 31, 2020
It is often said you should not marry business with pleasure. For those live by that rule – rest assured, this case will reinforce your lifestyle. For those that don’t – we apologize. We’re delivering...
December 27, 2019
Let's pretend you're on trial for malpractice. The jury delivers a runaway verdict - a 5 million dollar judgement. You have a 1 million dollar malpractice policy. You could be on the hook for the 4 mi...
November 29, 2019
On this episode of the Medical Liability Minute, Medical Justice Founder and CEO, Jeff Segal, MD, JD, and Florida Super Lawyer, Chris Schulte, JD, discuss what most doctors get wrong about medical mal...
November 1, 2019
Dr. Roy Shelburne was, by all accounts, living the dream. He was leading a successful dental practice. He was providing high-quality care to patients who otherwise would’ve gone without. And he was se...
September 6, 2019
Dr. Josh Umbehr is a leader in the DPC (Direct Primary Care) movement. Briefly defined – it is prepaid primary care. And it is revolutionizing primary care across the country. On this episode of the M...
August 2, 2019
Physicians spend their careers caring for patients and providing for their families. But how often do we stop to protect what we've worked hard to earn? On this episode of the Medical Liability Minute...
July 12, 2019
There’s a litigation tsunami on the horizon. If you order any MR imaging studies, you will want to hear more. Including how to mitigate the risk. Gadolinium is a contrast agent. Each year, about 30 mi...
June 28, 2019
The subject of this week's podcast is a podiatrist. The podiatrist was scheduled to treat a patient suffering from a fungal infection in his toenails. The problem - the patient didn't have any toes......
April 19, 2019
If a patient's reported symptoms are grossly incongruent with your objective examinations, you might be looking at a red flag. Such was situation the subject of our podcast found himself navigating. T...
April 12, 2019

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