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    Back To Court after COVID: Malpractice Cases Take a Back Seat

    by Tom Augello | 09/30/2021

    A lingering pandemic and the powerful need to re-open courtrooms are bumping up against each other at the start of Autumn 2021. After a further opening and lifting of most restrictions during the summer, where do things stand? CRICO caught up with one of the top defense attorneys in Boston’s medmal world for an interview on our “Safety Net” podcast.

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    Pandemic Reflections

    by Missy Padoll | 04/29/2021

    For those of us working in health care, we knew at the end of 2019 that a serious situation was evolving. By January 2020, regular discussions were underway regarding use of precautions as reports of infected individuals grew. But no one fully appreciated that this emerging virus would so quickly become a once-in-a-century pandemic.

     

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    Safety Salute: Life as a Mass General Anesthesia Resident

    by Kelsey Damrad, Massachusetts General Hospital | 08/14/2020

    Mass General anesthesia resident David Hao, MD, discusses the hospital's response to COVID-19 and shares his hopes for the future.

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    “Not Normal” Pandemic Imperils Health Workers

    by Tom Augello, CRICO | 06/25/2020

    A public health crisis like no other in living memory: surgeons helping with medical treatment, retired clinicians coming into work, medical students being graduated early to pitch in. The COVID-19 pandemic is anything but “normal” for providers. CRICO recently spoke with doctors on the front lines helping other providers cope, promoting professional care and offering personal support.

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    Medical Malpractice in the Time of COVID-19

    by Adam Schaffer, MD, MPH | 03/23/2020

    Under normal circumstances, medical malpractice is a significant concern for physicians. We know this concern influences physician behavior. As a result of COVID-19, hospitalists, emergency medicine physicians, critical care physicians, nurses, and many other clinicians are currently in a period that is anything but normal.

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