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June 2016 Archives

Federal program shares similarities with Michigan Model on med mal dispute resolution, P.2

In our last post, we looked briefly at a federal program known as CANDOR which aims to help federally funded hospitals adopt dispute resolution programs which increase hospital and provider transparency in dealing with patients. The program is being promoted

Federal program shares similarities with Michigan Model on med mal dispute resolution

A federal program being promoted by the federal Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality is now seeking to implement in federally funded hospitals some of the same principles that have made the dispute resolution model used at the University of Michigan Health System so successful.

Recovering from a home birth gone bad: work with experienced advocate, P.2

In recent posts, we’ve been looking at the topic of home birth, the regulation and discipline of midwives in Michigan, and seeking compensation when a midwife acts negligently and something goes wrong. As we mentioned last time, licensed midwives can face both professional discipline and charges of negligence.

Recovering from a home birth gone bad: work with experienced advocate

We’ve been looking in recent posts at the topic of home birth safety and the regulation of midwives. As we noted last time, there is only one type of midwife that is regulated in Michigan, and that is certified nurse midwives.

Home birth and the regulation of midwives: MI law and professional negligence, P.2

In our last post, we began looking at the issue of home birth safety, particularly the impact of midwife care on home birth safety. As we began pointing out, not all midwives receive the same level of training and have the same level of competence.