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Medical Malpractice: The Importance of Good Communication and Documentation in a Complex Case


In a medical malpractice case, medical records serve as the primary source of evidence. Learn more about why good documentation is critical in protecting physicians from medical malpractice claims.

Not every negative outcome can be prevented or avoided, but a negative outcome should not be a result of poor communication or documentation. Worse, poor documentation impairs defense from a malpractice claim.

Are you in danger of making the same mistakes as “Dr. Grant” and “Dr. Hanson”? While the primary takeaway consists of two words — communicate and document — there are many more lessons you can learn from this cautionary case!

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