How a doctor + a camera = $190 million dollars – Part 1

This post originally appeared in the Legal Examiner.  The Background Dr. Nikita Levy had been a gynecologist for Johns Hopkins for 25 years when one of his colleagues noticed something strange about the pen he wore around his neck. It was a camera. Dr. Levy had been secretly filming his patients while he administered pelvic… Learn More »

Do Hospital Defibrillators Work?

Defibrillators are supposed to save lives by restoring a patient’s heart’s normal rhythm through a shock administered by pads placed on a patient’s chest.  A new report suggests that the expensive upgrade of automated external defibrillators in hospitals across the U.S., as recommended by an American Heart Association (AHA) committee, may have been a mistake.… Learn More »