Interpreting Physical Therapy Notes

TASA ID: 1370

Physical therapy notes can provide attorneys and expert witnesses with insight into the patient's subjective complaints and objective function during specific dates of service.  Sending patients to physical therapy does not always guarantee that they are going to receive the same treatment.

The Role of the Medical Literature, Clinical Trials and Experimental Research in Drug Product-Injury Litigation: A Detailed Analysis of Two Case Studies

TASA ID: 3380

When any type of product has been ordered to be removed from the marketplace by a governmental regulatory body, it is a powerful indicator that the product has been determined to be unsafe for further use, thereby branding the product as defective and opening up the possibility of product liability litigation.

What the Heck is a Hospitalist?

TASA ID: 3333

Hospitalists are the third most heavily recruited specialty in the country, right after family practice doctors and general surgeons. Hospitalists are doctors who take care of patients entirely or almost entirely as inpatients. They have no office practice (though a few are beginning to work in follow-up clinics for patients they cared for in the hospital), so they and their partners are available 24-7 for newly admitted patients and problems with patients already in the hospital.

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