Chemnick | Moen | Greenstreet

Medical Malpractice. It's All We Do. 206-443-8600

CMG Articles

Urgent Care Clinics – Attempting to Fill a Gap in Healthcare, But Can Patients Fall Through the Cracks?

By Tyler Goldberg-Hoss

There are dozens of Urgent/Immediate/Express/Convenient Care Clinics in Washington State. Such clinics attempt to fill a perceived gap in healthcare, available for folks who have healthcare needs that don’t rise to the level (in both time and cost) of an emergency room visit, or when it is inconvenient (or impossible) to see their primary care doctor (if they have one).

Read the article

Controversial New "Sepsis-3" Guidelines May Make Claims Harder When Patients Are Not Timely Diagnosed and Treated

By Tyler Goldberg-Hoss

New "Sepsis-3" Guidelines are intended to improve definitions used in the diagnosis of sepsis. However, such changes have the potential to complicate the jobs of health care providers, and complicate a plaintiff attorney's ability to bring a case alleging a failure to diagnose and/or treat sepsis.

Read the article

An Introduction to Midwifery and Out-of-Hospital Birth for Lawyers

By Angela Macey-Cushman

While many of the same principles apply regardless of whether a birth takes place in or out of a hospital setting, out-of-hospital birth cases require a specialized knowledge of relevant regulations, midwife culture, and the red flags that should prompt midwives to consult, transfer, or take emergency action.

Read the article

Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring – Growing Pains of a New Medical Technology

By Tyler Goldberg-Hoss and Tom Degan

Intraoperative Neurophysiological Monitoring (IONM) is a growing field with associated benefits to the patient, and potential pitfalls for practitioners to avoid.

Read the article

Sepsis - A Serious and Growing Threat to Patient Safety

By Tyler Goldberg-Hoss and Gene Moen

Sepsis is a potentially catastrophic disease that can kill or maim even with appropriate care. However, health care providers may be liable if they had sufficient chance to find and treat the source of the infection, while also treating the patient's symptoms, and failed to do so.

Read the article

Chemnick | Moen | Greenstreet
115 NE 100th St #220, Seattle, WA 98125 US
47.7009300-122.3265920
Phone: 206-443-8600
Fax: 206-443-6904