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News Report: Indianapolis Doctor Arrested on Sexual Battery Charges

By: admin
Mar 13, 2012
A local Indianapolis doctor was arrested Monday on warrants for sexual battery and battery. The warrants for the arrest were in response to several female patients’ complaints of sexual misconduct...

Bedsores Top List of Reported Medical Errors in Indiana

By: admin
Dec 11, 2011
On November 28, 2011 the Indiana Department of Health released the results for the 2010 Medical Errors Report, with the most common medical error being Stage 3 or Stage 4...

Is Your Loved One’s Nursing Home Employing Staff with a Criminal Background?

By: admin
Mar 15, 2011
With nursing home neglect and abuse occurring with alarming frequency in Indiana and across the United States, the nursing home companies to whom families entrust their loved ones should be...

Indiana Should Join Other States & Get Tough on Nursing Home Fraud, Abuse, & Neglect

By: admin
Mar 9, 2011
Too little is being done to combat nursing home neglect in Indiana.  Here is a startling fact:  the nursing home industry in Indiana (though quite profitable), holds the dubious distinction of...

Auburn Nursing Home Example of Indiana “Patient Dumping” Problem

By: admin
Jan 2, 2011
As reported recently by the Indianapolis Star, The Wesley Healthcare nursing home in Auburn, Indiana was recently cited for sending a patient to the hospital and refusing to take the...

AARP Bulletin Warns Of Poor Performance By Indiana Nursing Homes

By: admin
Dec 5, 2010
A recent AARP Bulletin warns that Indiana has the highest number of poor performing nursing homes.  The Bulletin discusses the plight of a nursing home patient who was neglected in...

New Research Confirms Patients Still Frequently Harmed By Hospital Errors That Could Have Been Prevented

By: admin
Nov 27, 2010
In a new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, researchers reported that harm resulting from medical care was “common,” with approximately 1 in 5 patients harmed after...

CDC study estimates 40% of emergency room visits by nursing home residents are preventable

By: admin
Nov 17, 2010
A large percentage of nursing home residents’ emergency department (ED) visits are avoidable, according to a recently released report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Using data collected for the 2004 National...
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