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Complaints About Nursing Home Evictions Rise, and Regulators Take Note (New York Times)

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Achieving Health Equity – A Guide

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Posted in Access to Care, Disparity, Ethics, Quality of Care, Race/Racism

The Dilemma of the Racist Patient (AJO)

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Posted in Diversity, Doctor-Patient Relationship, Ethics, Race/Racism

Are More Doctors Cherry-Picking and Lemon-Dropping Patients (Medscape)

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The Ethics of Patient Risk Modification Prior to Elective Joint Replacement Surgery

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There are multiple risk factors for complications following elective total joint replacement (TJR) surgery. Certain risk factors, including operating time, implant choice, component positioning, and intraoperative difficulties (e.g., fracture, nerve and vascular damage), are related to the surgeon’s experience and … Continue reading

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