Breaches that expose the health details of just a patient or two are proliferating nationwide. Regulators focus on larger privacy violations and rarely take action on small ones, despite the harm.
While coverage of Jahi McMath’s case usually focuses on what happened after her catastrophic brain injury, the events leading up to her procedure warrant just as much attention.
"Dad's life was worth nothing because he was old."
An ophthalmologist concludes the great composer suffered from secondary glaucoma following a botched eye operation.
As medical malpractice sticks in the craw of the American health reform debate, draining some of the denial out of the process picks up steam.