Medical Malpractice Kansas
I work for an attorney who defends healthcare in medical malpractice suits. We are looking for an expert who will counter the plaintiff's expert. We are defending a pain management clinic and need someone to review records and hopefully say the clinic is just fine from a medical standpoint. Do you do this type of work? If not, do you know someone who does and can direct me? If you have any questions please feel free to contact me.+16 Other Responses
Meditech Early Warning Sepsis Detection
I represent the plaintiffs in a medical malpractice and wrongful death case in georgia, in which a patient was admitted to the hospital. During one evening at the hospital, his vital signs precipitously worsened, and we believe he became septic that evening.
The hospital used meditech, but at the relevant time, it did not have the sepsis early warning detection system in place. No physician was informed of the patient's declining condition, and the patient died that night.
We are interested in consulting with an expert knowledgeable about meditech's sepsis early warning detection system about whether that system, if enabled, would have automatically alerted any physicians or other healthcare providers of the patient's worsening vital signs and sepsis risk, and if so, what the content of that notification would likely have been.+6 Other Responses
Data Security Law
We are a leading webinar publisher (wholly owned by the financial times) and an authorized zintro partner.
We are seeking an expert to lead a 60-minute webinar on the topic of “what insurance lawyers need to know about coverage for data security breaches”. The speaker will be responsible for compiling a basic 15-20-slide powerpoint for the presentation (template provided) and being available for the live recording or for a pre-record prior to that date. Speakers will be asked to sign a waiver, release and consent form that requires the speaker to provide their intellectual property for the purposes of presenting with us. While we will maintain a copyright of the final product (powerpoint with our logos and recording of presentation), we will not hold a copyright on the intellectual property provided by the speaker and the speaker will be free to use such concepts in the future.
The chosen speaker will receive compensation and tremendous professional exposure. Speakers will not be asked to pay any fees. Our lecturers have come from: mit sloan, sap, columbia university, harvard business review, cornell university, ernst & young, deloitte, kpmg, new york university, and many more top organizations. For additional requirements or information, please send your resume and any relevant information.+2 Other Responses